Blog Posts by Sean Lucas

Race and the Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America, no. 5

Article by   February 2015
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Race and the Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America, no. 4

Article by   February 2015
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Race and the Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America, no. 3

Article by   February 2015
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Race and the Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America, no. 2

Article by   February 2015
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Race and the Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America, no. 1

Article by   February 2015
Over at Justin Taylor's blog at the Gospel Coalition, I contributed to a historians' forum that sought to answer certain questions on southern evangelicals and their failures on Civil Rights. My answer particular focused on southern Presbyterian conservatives, many of... continue

Pastoral letter no. 3

Article by   January 2015
My dear friends:One of the things that was hard about living in St. Louis were all the gray, semi-cold winter days. We would go four or five days in a row with those kinds of days--lower 40s, gray, not raining,... continue

The Top Ten Books that I Read in 2014

Article by   December 2014
This is the time of year when book lists come out. Mine is a little less ambitious than others in part because I don't try to confine my reading to what is new. Sometimes I go on "kicks" where I'll... continue

A Thoroughly Reformed Book on Prayer

Article by   December 2014
This morning, I finished reading Tim Keller's new book, Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God. I very much appreciated the book--I read it a chapter at a time during my morning worship times and found myself reminded of much... continue

Pastoral Letter no. 2

Article by   December 2014
My dear friends:I hope that you are enjoying these Christmas sermons on John's prologue. I certainly have enjoyed doing a deep-dive into the text, both to see how John expresses the Good News of Jesus' incarnation in such a compressed... continue

The Uncommon Generosity of Richard Mouw

Article by   December 2014
I have always enjoyed reading Richard Mouw, former president of Fuller Seminary, long-time faculty member at Calvin College. I was reminded how much I enjoy him this morning when I read his little book, Called to the Life of the... continue
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