Most of the blog's readers are no doubt already aware of the open letter entitled A Common Word Between Us and You, which was issued by a group of Muslim leaders back in October. This was later followed by a full-page advertisement in the New York Times, entitled Loving God and Neighbor Together: A Christian … Continue reading John Piper on Dialog Between Christians and Muslims
The latest update to e-Sword (v7.9.4) was made available just a few days ago, on January 19. I apologize to the blog's readers for my tardiness in posting the information here.For those who already use e-Sword and may be interested, here is a list of recent updates taken from the e-Sword website Downloads page (Click … Continue reading e-Sword Update Released
It is the sixth month running this poll, and there continues to be well over half of those responding (62%) who do not think strict adherence to the Baptist Confession of 1689 is necessary to being a Reformed Baptist. Here is the breakdown thus far (found at the bottom of the page):20% thought that one … Continue reading Monthly "What is a Reformed Baptist?" Poll Update
Bible.org is one of those sites I use constantly, and now it has been completely redesigned and is easier to use than ever. It has so many helpful articles and Bible study tools that it would be hard to list them all here. I am especially fond of the way I can have it list … Continue reading Bible.org: Improved
I remember one of my professors as Covenant Theological Seminary declaring in class one day that "Reformed theology isn't perfect; it is just the best we can do." Well, of course he was referring to Reformed Presbyterian theology, so I cannot agree that it is the best we can do. But I would say the … Continue reading Reformed Baptist Theology Isn’t Perfect….
The USA.GOV website lists these thirteen as the most popular New Year's resolutions: 1) lose weight, 2) pay off debt, 3) save money, 4) get a better job, 5) get fit, 6) eat right, 7) get a better education, 8) drink jess alcohol , 9) quit smoking now, 10) reduce stress overall, 11) reduce stress … Continue reading "New Year’s" Resolutions or New Life Resolutions?