On John Piper’s Twister Tweet

There’s quite the stir over a recent tweet that John Piper made: I appreciate a lot of what Nate Pyle wrote. I think Piper’s tweet could certainly have been misunderstood, which is probably why Piper went on to remove the tweet and posted a more...

Across the Web – 01/28/13

Trevin Wax has a good article, “Why Did Jesus Say He Came Only for Israel?”  This is a good article on issues related to the Gospels and Jesus’ mission! Joe Carter does a FAQ, from a perspective of a member of the Gospel Coalition, on Women in...

Confused by a Decision: LifeWay, What Gives?

I’m not a huge fan of the methodology, arguments, and thinking of some of Rachel Held Evans. She is provocative and raises important issues, but I find her arguments sometimes less than compelling. She should still be read by anyone interested in issues related...

Themelios is out!

The latest issue of Themelios is out. Lots of excellent articles, essays, and book reviews. Stand outs include: “John Owen on Union with Christ and Justification” “The Earth Is Crammed with Heaven: Four Guideposts to Reading and Teaching the Song of...

Across the Web – 03/13/12

Stanley E. Porter is blogging. This is huge news. If you are into theology and appreciate discussions about Greek, this needs to be added this to your Google Reader. He writes, “In this blog, I will often be discussing—in no particular order and at no particular...

Across the Web – 02/18/12

Marc Cortez is giving away a copy of William J. Webb’s Corporal Punishment in the Bible: A Redemptive-Movement Hermeneutic for Troubling Texts. I’m liking Webb as of late. Not because I agree with him, but because I like him… a lot. Weird, I know. I...

This. Is. Blasphemy. *UPDATE*

Apparently the original video I posted was taken down due to “copyright” issues. Let’s read between the lines and assume that it has been taken down because the content was so blasphemous. Joe Carter has a good blog on it (here). You can watch the...