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Hospitality on Mission

Tony Reinke
Rosaria Champagne Butterfield shared her unlikely conversion story with us on the previous Authors on the Line podcast. We might have expected a Pauline conversion experience — perhaps a flash of light or an audible voice from heaven — but…
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Hospitality on Mission: An Interview with Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Rosaria Champagne Butterfield and Tony Reinke
Rosaria Champagne Butterfield shared her unlikely conversion story with us on the previous Authors on the Line podcast. We might have expected a Pauline conversion experience — perhaps a flash of light from heaven or an audible voice — but…
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From Radical Lesbian to Redeemed Christian

Tony Reinke
In 1999, Rosaria Champagne Butterfield was a tenured English professor at Syracuse University, a skeptic of all things Christian, and in a committed lesbian relationship. Her academic specialty was Queer Theory, a postmodern form of gay and lesbian studies. Today…
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From Radical Lesbian to Redeemed Christian: An Autobiographical Interview with Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Rosaria Champagne Butterfield and Tony Reinke
In 1999, Rosaria Champagne Butterfield was a tenured English professor at Syracuse University, a skeptic of all things Christianity, and in a committed lesbian relationship. Her academic specialty was Queer Theory, a postmodern form of gay and lesbian studies. Today…
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Encountering the Living Christ in Personal Devotions

Tony Reinke
This week we released episodes 24–28 in the Ask Pastor John podcast. In one of those new episodes we asked John Piper a question about personal Bible reading: must we come away from our Bible reading with a life application…
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Christian Hedonism and the Challenge of Depression

Tony Reinke
It was another full week in the Ask Pastor John podcast series, and we covered a few of the more difficult questions of Christian Hedonism. First, we asked Pastor John whether there are times in the Christian life when…
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Safety Is a Myth

Tony Reinke
Recently Pastor John released his short book Risk Is Right, a significantly expanded version of a chapter originally published in Don't Waste Your Life. In Risk Is Right, Pastor John claims the so-called safety we seek to…
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Enjoying God’s Beatific Beauty

Tony Reinke
“How good is God,” wrote Jonathan Edwards, “that he has created man for this very end, to make him happy in the enjoyment of himself, the Almighty, who was happy from the days of eternity in himself … that he…
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Enjoying God’s Beatific Beauty: An Interview with Kyle Strobel

Tony Reinke and Kyle Strobel
“How good is God,” wrote Jonathan Edwards, “that he has created man for this very end, to make him happy in the enjoyment of himself, the Almighty, who was happy from the days of eternity in himself … that he…
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Ask Pastor John Podcast Update

Tony Reinke
We released eight new episodes of the newly relaunched Ask Pastor John (APJ) podcast this week. And in episode 13 — “The Essential Warfare for Holiness” — we talked with Pastor John about the connection between happiness and…
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Marriage on the Cosmic Stage

Tony Reinke
Christian marriage has been caught up into the cosmic drama of the gospel. In this first Authors on the Line podcast of 2013 we talk with Bible scholar G. K. Beale, the Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at…
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Marriage on the Cosmic Stage: An Interview with Bible Scholar G. K. Beale

G. K. Beale and Tony Reinke
Christian marriage has been caught up into the cosmic drama of the gospel. This is the theme of the first Authors of the Line podcast of 2013, and today we talk with Bible scholar G. K. Beale, the Professor of…
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Marriage in the Cosmic Plan of God

Tony Reinke
How easy is it to detach our marriages from the finished work of Christ? Very easy. Tragically easy. This may be due to living in a society where marriage is ever pressed into molds defined by the increasing unbelief around…
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Ask Pastor John Podcast Relaunch

Tony Reinke
A week ago, John Piper celebrated his 67th birthday. On his birthday, we asked him about his prayer for this new chapter of ministry. “I really do feel remarkably vulnerable to distraction because of the lifting of certain pressures,” he…
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Jesus Sings

Tony Reinke
Jesus sings. If Scripture didn’t say it, I wouldn’t either. But it’s true. In four places in Scripture we read that Jesus, the Son of God himself, raised his voice in worship.1 Which is immediately confusing on one level…
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Christian Hedonism in 155 Words

Tony Reinke
How do you explain “glorify” to a small child? Biblical concepts like this pose a particular problem for parents, and author Sally Lloyd-Jones provides us with some help. I included her book Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing in my…
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Parenting as Storytelling

Tony Reinke
Training children to love reading can be tough. Okay, really tough. A host of visual entertainment competes for our children's attention. Things like video games, which are not necessarily bad in themselves, can spill over boundaries and erode a child’s…
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A (Very) Short Prayer for Joy Seekers

Tony Reinke
At the very points in my life when my soul feels most dry and joyless, I often find myself most spiritually speechless. I'm stuck. And when I get stuck in this inarticulate joyless state I turn to the Psalms. There…
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Why We Read the Bible

Tony Reinke
Reading the Bible cover-to-cover each year is a resolution that is both noble and realistic. Today we have many apps and guides to help us with the process of our Bible reading. But at the start of our new year…
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What Difference Has Looking Made?

Tony Reinke
The holiday season is notoriously busy. But there are often quiet moments at Christmas to slow our lives down for worship. The classic Nativity figurines and all the classic Nativity paintings capture this divine silence. In the presence of the…
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The Power of ‘Les Miserables’

Tony Reinke
The new stage-to-screen adaptation of Les Misérables (which releases today) is proof again of the enduring power of Victor Hugo’s 150-year-old masterpiece. The novel-turned-musical has been released for film and television now 67 times in the past 115 years. And…
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Christmas in a Cold Prison

Tony Reinke
Dietrich Bonhoeffer awoke December 25, 1943 on a hard wooden bed. It was the first of two Christmases he would spend sequestered in a Nazi prison. This first Christmas would be celebrated in a lonely prison cell in a place…
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Behind the Blog: Flavelicious

Tony Reinke
We sat down to record one more Behind the Blog before we split for Christmas. In this episode we talk about a web pioneer named Moe, and about how Puritan John Flavel's horseback encounter with the Lord can help us…
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