I saw this video interview with Dr. Carl Trueman over at the Reformed Baptist Fellowship blog and just had to post it here as well. Dr. Trueman has a lot of very insightful and helpful things to say about the dangers of celebrity in the Church. But the interview is actually a wide-ranging discussion of many issues facing the … Continue reading Carl Trueman on Celebrity, Authority, and Authenticity in the Church
In my last post on this subject I wrote about how we can become more capable of ministering to others in their trials when we have first been comforted by God in our own trials, and I emphasized that such trials would include even the worst sorts of depression. In this post I want to us … Continue reading Toward a Biblical Perspective on Depression: James 1:2-17
A group of Christian leaders has recently published a document entitled For the sake of the gospel! "Mitt Romney, Mormonism and the Christian Vote" A Biblical Call to Christian Ministers and Leaders. The document makes the case that Chrsitians should be very careful to to add tto the current confusion about whether or not Mormonism … Continue reading For the Sake of the Gospel – Mormonism in NOT Christianity!
I just viewed this video from Phil Johnson over at the Reformed Baptist Fellowship blog, and I just had to post it here as well. Once again I find myself in close agreement with Phil's perspective (as I was here), and once again I find myself profoundly grateful for his contribution to the discussion of … Continue reading Phil Johnson on Building Bridges Versus Guarding Boundaries
In this video Dr. Trueman, Professor of Historical Theology and Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary, does an excellent job of briefly describing why John Owen was such an important theologian in the Reformed tradition and why reading Owen's works today can be so valuable and helpful.