I’m grateful to Lithos Kids for sponsoring the blog this week to tell you about their new The Kingdom of God Bible Storybook. This new episode of WTS’s The Afterword features an interesting discussion with Timothy Brindle on CRT. Also, they have a sale on some excellent books by G.K. Beale. With the beginning of a new month, there are some Kindle deals to be […]
For the better part of a year, I’ve been working (read: other smart people I trust have been working) on creating a personal website that can house all of my online content. With today’s launch, I’ll be moving my personal blog from TGC to this new site.
Preston Sprinkle hosted a fascinating panel discussion with Pastor Josh Butler, author of forthcoming book titled Beautiful Union: How God’s Vision for Sex Points Us to the Good, Unlocks the True, and (Sort of) Explains Everything. Readers may remember that TGC posted an excerpt of the book on their website in early March. Controversy erupted almost immediat […]
This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. PART I (9:26 - 9:26) A Momentous Act in American History: Former President Trump to Be First President or Former President Indicted on Criminal Charges – What Does This Mean? PART II (14:13 - 14:13) Is There A Predictable, Historical Progression in the Modern Era That Leads […]
by Phil Johnson any readers will remember a blogpost I wrote in August of 2011 analyzing Mark Driscoll's claim that he had a bizarre spiritual gift: an uncanny psychic ability enabling him to function as a kind of supernatural peeping Tom. He claimed to be able to watch vivid, full-color replays of his counselees' sexual sins on some sort of cosmic […]
In this episode of Signposts, I am joined by Dr. Tod Bolsinger to talk about his new book, Tempered Resilience: How Leaders Are Formed in the Crucible of Change (IVP, 2020). In our conversation we talk about leadership, dealing with conflict and pastoral exhaustion, and how to equip and encourage future leaders. The post A Conversation with Dr. Tod Bolsinger […]