Meet Kenny Burchard…

I am pleased to announce that ThinkTheology.org has a new contributor: Kenny Burchard! I haven’t been this excited since I got married! Wait… okay, I’m not that excited (sorry Kenny!), but I am thrilled that he would be willing to join our...

The Art of Talking Smack on Video Games

Before I had the most blessed honor of marrying my wife, Dawn, she informed me that we had to register for wedding gifts. This was an exciting time for me, as I was extremely interested in plates and cups and dish patterns and kitchen appliances. In fact, I was so...

On Pulling Back from “Disordering Liturgies”

For the past few months I’ve been thinking a lot about the implications of what James K. A. Smith has recently written in Imagining the Kingdom. He writes, “Cultural phenomena and systems can be laden with an implicit vision of the good life that is...

Creating Memories in the Midst of Remembering

As some of you know, last year my Grandma died. I got to spend a week at her bed-side in Anchorage, AK before she passed away too. In fact, I wrote about “Learning to love like Grandma” when I was with her. I still miss her a lot. Well I’m back in...

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...

“I’m Reading a Book!!”

The wonderful intern that is serving Trinity Christian Fellowship decided to inform me about a video that addresses my “book obsession”: Justine, you are going to pay for this…...

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...