The guys over at Reformed Forum interview J. Ligon Duncan on a series of books he is editing. The series title is The Westminster Confession into the 21st Century. I thought Duncan had some excellent things to say that are relevant to confessional Baptists. May we learn from those who have gone before us. Go here […]
If you have not been introduced to the Net Bible, here’s the site. Great stuff!
Four clues are given to assist you in determining the identity of the person described.
A very dear brother and cherished friend of mine died today of complications connected to a stroke and heart attack. Mr. …knew he had blood clots and heart trouble, but he did not like going to MDs. He was not overweight, just stubborn and his body endured a lot of abuse in the 1960s and 70s. […]
This is a really good discussion on a hot topic – Natural Theology.
“How’s your health?” … “Well, I’m dying, since you asked, but so are you. I’m only doing it more rapidly.”
“Twenty things I wish I knew when I began the ministry (and am still learning now).” Great stuff! Read it here.
A new life had begun, intellectual, moral, and social, teeming with elements, which could not but work and expand. It would have been hard to say with what force they would do so, or in what direction. Now the great ideas of the Gospel are old and familiar; and the very words which represent them […]
Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron interviewd me about by dissertation last month. You can listen to it here.
Here is a brief section from a lecture on NT Greek Syntax.