C.S. Lewis: Christian, Writer, Scholar, Prophet
It’s hard to be a casual fan of C.S. Lewis. Many despise him for his Christianity and convictions. Many love him dearly for his brilliant mind and writing and prophetic insight.
If you’ve read enough Lewis to track with his…Continue Reading
Lay Aside the Weight of “Not Feeling Like It”
What do you not feel like doing today?
You know what I mean. It’s that thing that’s weighing on you, which you know would honor God because it obeys his law of love (John 15:12), or is a work of…Continue Reading
DOMA and the Rock
In 1996, when Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), I grieved with my people. I was an atheist then, and lived in a monogamous lesbian relationship, working as a tenure-track professor specializing in English literature and Queer…Continue Reading
Three Things We Should Know About God
A.W. Tozer famously said that whatever comes to our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us. When you hear the mention of “God,” what would you say? What image fills your heart and head…Continue Reading
Are We Fascinated with Lewis’s Fame or His Influence?
The video below introduces the amazingly influential C.S. Lewis and invites you to our National Conference on Lewis, September 27–29.
If your time is short, just go straight to the video. But if you wonder why we should even care…Continue Reading
Ten Passages for Pastors to Memorize Cold
Here’s one way to cool down during a sizzling hot summer day: ice-cold memorization.
Grab an iced tea, find some air-conditioned space, and put these ten passages to memory. You’ll never regret any extended time given to memorizing God’s word…Continue Reading
What Does It Mean to Be Complementarian?
Being complementarian doesn’t mean believing that the man’s job is to fix the car and the woman’s is to wash the floor. It goes much deeper than a breakdown of jobs.
Christian complementarity is about the different roles of men…Continue Reading
Five Reasons to Embrace Unconditional Election
I use the word embrace because unconditional election is not just true, but precious. Of course, it can’t be precious if it’s not true. So that’s the biggest reason we embrace it. But let’s start with a definition:
New Course on Calvinism from John Piper
The Bible gives us a glorious vision of God’s sovereignty in saving sinners. “Calvinism” is a kind of nickname for this Christian body of doctrine on salvation that so appropriately humbles humanity and so magnificently exalts divine grace.
In a…Continue Reading