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Phil Ryken Articles
Lisa and I believe that from the day our children first arrive in our home, our calling is to prepare them for the day when they will leave. It takes a long time for them fully to learn what it means to be a member of our household (at least it seems like a long time to us, and maybe to them), but...
Phil Ryken Articles
Lisa and I believe that from the day our children first arrive in our home, our calling is to prepare them for the day when they will leave. It takes a long time for them fully to learn what it means to be a member of our household (at least it seems like a long time to us, and maybe to them), but...
Phil Ryken Articles
People know they're not supposed to stare, but sometimes they can't help it. You see, it isn't every day that people in our neighborhood see families with five children, and when they see us all walking down the street--or riding on a sled, like we did today in all the snow--they do tend to stare...
Phil Ryken Articles
People know they're not supposed to stare, but sometimes they can't help it. You see, it isn't every day that people in our neighborhood see families with five children, and when they see us all walking down the street--or riding on a sled, like we did today in all the snow--they do tend to stare...
Phil Ryken Articles
Genesis 3:15 gives one of the Bible's greatest promises. It is God's curse against the serpent, and his first proclamation of the gospel: "I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel." This curse...
Phil Ryken Articles
Genesis 3:15 gives one of the Bible's greatest promises. It is God's curse against the serpent, and his first proclamation of the gospel: "I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel." This curse...
Ligon Duncan
Quick check in from the sunny shores of South Carolina. Today, Derek and Carl, is what South Carolinians call "Carolina Day." It celebrates the Patriot army and naval victory over the British at the Battle of Sullivan's Island, just off the coast of Charleston, SC. "Fought at the entrance to...
Summer’s a time to catch up on reading! Seminary professors read? And sharing with the public what I’m reading is a dangerous thing, I know, but I thought I would nevertheless. First, despite some biting sarcasms and shallowness of theological discernment, Stephen Tomkins’s A Short History of...
I had thought the worst! Had Tony "The Gent" got to Elliott in some dark street in Chicago? But no! He is alive and well. Good to hear from you Elliott! We'll get your picture up as soon as we can! Justin, I want you to know that I am on the top of the Fantasy Football (Soccer!) League in my house...
Justin Taylor
This blog has gone far too long without some Trueman outrage. Therefore, to waken the slumbering Englishman I'm (a) posting a link to the Weekly Standard , and (b) specifcally, linking to an article about the Nihilism of Soccer : "Soccer is the perfect game for the post-modern world. It's the...