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Ligon Duncan
This morning at the Pastors' Conference prior to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention [SBC] (the annual cooperative gathering of the largest Protestant family of churches in the English-speaking world) in Greensboro, North Carolina, Alliance Council member Al Mohler (President of...
Ligon Duncan
Xavier Pickett is blogging on a recent Washington Post study on black men. He's asking some significant questions about the role of the church in the area of the formation of Christian manhood that are applicable to all of us, though especially relevant to the subject matter of the Washington Post...
posted by Derek Thomas Harvard University has announced it will begin cloning human embryos.The scientists say that they plan to harvest stem cells in the hope that they might be able to fight blood diseases like leukaemia and diabetes. In this Huxlian scenario, as Oliver O'Donovan, Regius...
Ligon Duncan
Well, we've arrived at the date. Wonder what they were thinking in Europe on June 6, 1006? Whatever the answer, Kim Riddlebarger's new book The Man of Sin: Uncovering the Truth about the AntiChrist (Baker) should be a rewarding read.
Posted by Derek Thomas I spent the last day in Grand Rapids, at Joel Beeke's seminary--The Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary--buried in their fascinating puritan library. It is one of the finest in the country, I should imagine. What with Calvin Seminary just down the road and PRTS, serious...
Carl Trueman Articles
Recently, I had occasion to fly to Korea via San Francisco. Flying across the US on a clear day is one of those rare pleasures which really allows you to get the geographical measure of the place: how flat much of the country is; how the snow-capped Rockies push the land upwards towards the sky in...
Carl Trueman Articles
Recently, I had occasion to fly to Korea via San Francisco. Flying across the US on a clear day is one of those rare pleasures which really allows you to get the geographical measure of the place: how flat much of the country is; how the snow-capped Rockies push the land upwards towards the sky in...
Derek Thomas Articles
The Braves are playing poorly. Not that I'd notice too much. You see, it's my wife's love--baseball that is, not mine. And she has lost something of her joie de vivre . I try to console, but when those guys swing and miss all the time, it makes for an unhappy time. Baseball is her way of relaxation...
Derek Thomas Articles
The Braves are playing poorly. Not that I'd notice too much. You see, it's my wife's love--baseball that is, not mine. And she has lost something of her joie de vivre . I try to console, but when those guys swing and miss all the time, it makes for an unhappy time. Baseball is her way of relaxation...
Phil Ryken Articles
Nearly a decade ago now, Lisa and I went to visit an art exhibit at a private gallery on Manhattan. I had recently become acquainted with the Japanese-American artist Makoto Fujimura, and I wanted to see his work for myself. The exhibition was called "Images of Grace," and we were dazzled to...