Blog Posts by Tyler Kenney
Conrad Mbewe: The African Spurgeon?
Paul Miller on Becoming the Gospel
Paul Miller on Cynicism in Prayer
What Paul Miller Learned from His Father About Prayer
This next post in our series of questions and answers with speakers at our 2011 Conference for Pastors features Paul Miller, author of A Praying Life.
Your father, Jack Miller, is well-known for his impact as a pastor, evangelist, missions…Continue Reading
Joel Beeke on What He Has Learned Abroad About Prayer
2011 Bible Reading Plans
Last year David Mathis outlined several good plans for people wanting to read through the Bible in a year. They're worth mentioning again, so I have reproduced the list (with minor updates) below.
Of course, there are tons of other…Continue Reading
Joel Beeke on Busyness and Prayer
Joel Beeke on the Best Puritan on Prayer
This is the first post in a series of questions and answers with those who will be speaking at our 2011 Conference for Pastors. The questions will address a variety of topics, at times focusing more on prayer, which is…Continue Reading
How Did You Do in 2010?
The last week of the year is a good time—with God's help—to reflect on the past 12 months, do a little self-assessment, and decide what things to repent of and reach for in the next lap around the sun.
Three Features of Free Grace
When Preaching Becomes Plagiarism
A Good Way to Think of the Love of Christ
John Piper's Return Date
C. S. Lewis on Loving Aslan More Than Jesus
The Influence of Excitement
There are some wonderful instances of ordinary Christians, not least the young, who are concerned to preach the whole gospel unabashedly and do good first to the household of God and then, as much as is possible, outside as well.…
The Good Things You'll Never Do
Music the Most Perfect Communication?
The Most Intimate Relationship
Such was the love of the Son of God to the human nature, that he desired a most near and close union with it, something like the union in the persons of the Trinity, nearer than there can be between…
Why God Allows Sin and Suffering
Though [God] hates sin in itself, yet he may will to permit it for the greater promotion of holiness in this universality, including all things and at all times. So, though he has no inclination to a creature's…
Appreciating N. T. Wright
Satan's Schemes Always Backfire in the End
According to Jonathan Edwards, Satan's desire to destroy man in the garden grew out of envy. His haughtiness and pride were insulted to see earthborn creatures receiving such honor while he, a native of heaven with such natural strength and…Continue Reading
Two More Responses to Claims of Contradiction
The History of Veterans Day
Today in the United States we celebrate the great and many sacrifices our war veterans have made over the years in service to our nation. (Two years ago, John Piper wrote of his gratitude for such veterans in his post…Continue Reading
Thoughts on Evangelical Neglect of the Old Testament
It has been my experience, in talking with fellow evangelicals, that many of us are quick to equate the Old Testament to mean little more than what the Pharisees thought it meant in Jesus’ day. It is a book of…Continue Reading