Blog Posts by Douglas Wilson
Reformation and the Critics
The Reformation was a great work of the Holy Spirit of God, and it was a royal mess. Is there a problem?
One of the problems we have when we remember and appreciate great events from the past — which…Continue Reading
Who Is P.G. Wodehouse, and Why Should It Matter to Us?
On one level, reading the works of P.G. Wodehouse provides its own justification — provided you are looking to justify the reading of light comedy at the beach. But who actually needs to justify that kind of thing? To consume…Continue Reading
Brothers, We Are Not Sisters
To say that one thing is not another thing is not to register a complaint against either.
To say that the sun is not the moon is not to criticize the moon, and to say that the land is not…Continue Reading
Finitude, Creation, and a Well-Mowed Lawn
"Old, Settled, and Reformed" Is Coming at You Like a Freight Train
Because evangelicals have not seen real revival for over a century (e.g. like the Welsh revival of 1905), as a result we have been slow to recognize our active cultivation of an ongoing culture of revival. By this I…Continue Reading