Whose Commandments Are These?
The Ten Words and the New Covenant
Apr 9, 2021
In Christ, we are no longer under the old covenant but now under the new. Does that make the Ten Commandments irrelevant for us?
Mary, Did You Know?
What the Catholic Church Teaches About the Mother of Jesus
Dec 23, 2017
The Catholic conception of Mary diminishes Christ’s atonement, compromises his uniqueness, and robs him of the glory that he alone deserves.
Stop and Enjoy the Ordinary
Aug 22, 2015
There is beauty and mystery buried in our ordinary everyday lives. It’s a mixture of the exciting and the mundane, the sweet and the sorrowful, all meant to lead us to glory and eternity. The key to joy in it all is humility before the God who governs it all.
You Will Be Persecuted with Words
Jul 1, 2015
It isn’t right to say that Christians in the United States are free from persecution. We should be more precise: We are free from *physical* persecution.
Why Not to Have a Woman Preach
A Response to Andrew Wilson
May 7, 2015
Does 1 Timothy 2:12 leave open the possibility that women are permitted to preach in the weekly gathering of a local church?
The Bible as One Story: An Interview with Thomas Schreiner
Authors on the Line
May 22, 2013
How does the Bible hold together into a single, cohesive story? It’s an important (and intimidating) question reserved for the discipline of biblical theology, an angle of scholarship that focuses on sections of Scripture, sometimes the whole of the…
For the Fame of God’s Name
Essays in Honor of John Piper
Oct 4, 2010
John Piper has had a profound impact on countless men and women over his nearly thirty years of ministry. From his online ministry with Desiring God to his preaching ministry at Bethlehem Baptist to his writing ministry in over thirty…
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