Postcards from Palookaville

Postcards from Palookaville

In the casual chatter that precedes a Westminster faculty meeting, Greg Beale once commented that a certain person ‘often gives me good advice on my work.’ 'What? Make it shorter?’ was my response. Cue silence, death stare, and a perceptible atmospheric shift from the feeling...
After nearly a decade at Ref21, this marks my last post on the blog. I think I outlasted every single one of the original cast, all of whom ended up going on to higher and greater things in various more respectable parts of the Evangelical Establishment. Only I remained as the one on whom all...
After nearly a decade at Ref21, this marks my last post on the blog. I think I outlasted every single one of the original cast, all of whom ended up going on to higher and greater things in various more respectable parts of the Evangelical Establishment. Only I remained as the one on whom all...
Pascal put it best when he developed the notions of distraction and diversion: the things, the activities and preferences, which human beings develop to draw them away from thinking about reality, especially death. A good example is provided by the latest business venture of the Osteens: a radio...
Pascal put it best when he developed the notions of distraction and diversion: the things, the activities and preferences, which human beings develop to draw them away from thinking about reality, especially death. A good example is provided by the latest business venture of the Osteens: a radio...
Spurgeon on Closed Communion.pdf With thanks to loyal Ref21 reader and Reformed Baptist, Richard D.
Spurgeon on Closed Communion.pdf With thanks to loyal Ref21 reader and Reformed Baptist, Richard D.
And what kind of a man picks on a woman in labour ? Frank, you should be ashamed of yourself. If ever there was a case for shunning in the Reformed community, I think we have found it on our own virtual doorstep.
And what kind of a man picks on a woman in labour ? Frank, you should be ashamed of yourself. If ever there was a case for shunning in the Reformed community, I think we have found it on our own virtual doorstep.
Frank is doing exactly what we want: offering robust statement of his beliefs in a way that goes beyond the 'Here's my opinion, but I totally respect yours' of other, blander but undoubtedly more influential websites. I would offer just a couple of corrections, though. I did not become...