Friends, This is a must watch. D A Carson discusses sin, grace, the Cross and how misunderstanding of these can be threats faced by the church. jerry
Friends, I came across this fun video at Thinking Theoblogically. It’s fun and humorous. Have a great Reformation Day! jerry
Friends, I first came across this at Uncommon Descent, but it is so good I thought it deserved its own place here: Atheism: An Intellectual Revolt or Pelvic Rebellion by Doug Giles at Townhall.com. I was especially intrigued by Giles’ comments about the atheist’s fear of accountability. I’ll note two such comments: In addition, ladies, Darwin didn’t… Continue reading Food for the ‘Intellectual Atheist’s’ Thought
Friends, October 31, 1517 is the best-known date in Protestant history. At high noon on October 31, 1517, Luther, a 33-year-old university professor, walked to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, and tacked to it a document. The door served as the town bulletin board, and Martin Luther had an announcement to post.… Continue reading Happy Reformation Day!