I will be honest: I struggle with prayer. Eugene Peterson wrote in one of his books that's quite OK if we struggle and that when we don't have words the Holy Spirit prays for us. Many people struggle, yet for some reason I find little comfort in that. For some reason this is the one… Continue reading 500 Words with Luke’s Gospel: Praying
I started reading Mark's Gospel last night. Burned through 8 chapters and enjoyed it immensely. I should finish the book tonight if all goes well. Mark is without a doubt my favorite of the four Gospels. Another thing I cannot help but notice when I read Mark's Gospel is that there is an overwhelming sense… Continue reading 500 Words with Mark’s Gospel: Jesus?
Title: The Gospel According to Daniel Author: Bryan Chapell Publisher:Baker Books Year: 2014 Pages: 224 Bryan Chapell: Gospel Coalition Disclaimer: I am required by the FCC to inform you that I received a free (e-copy) of this book in exchange for my unbiased review. There you go. The Gospel According to Daniel is Bryan Chapell's… Continue reading Book Review: The Gospel According to Daniel
I'm working on a project in the month of May. The goal is to read through the entire New Testament, the Psalms, and the Proverbs. It requires reading 14-15 chapters of the Bible per day. That doesn't sound like much until you actually start doing it. Some days the chapters are short, other days not… Continue reading 500 Words with Matthew’s Gospel: Living and Reading Slowly
Friends, Andreas Kostenberger has written a very good post concerning the recent comments of Ann Coulter. If you get the chance, stop by and read his thoughts. I have only heard parts of what Coulter said, but Kostenberger’s bigger point about the exclusivity of Jesus is far more important. I think he also makes a… Continue reading The Radical Gospel of Jesus
Friends, I don’t know Jared Wilson, but what he has written at his blog is, I think, gold. Here’s what he wrote at The Gospel-Driven Church: This stuff is really innovative! It is completely “outside the box”! Implementing some of these radical approaches to church ministry and programming may be risky and controversial, but they… Continue reading An Invigorating Post!
Friends, I have been engaging in some very heated discussions with some folks who have visited here recently. It should be quite obvious that I don’t agree with anything that the atheists have to say, and very little of what the evolutionists have to say, and when the reader is both an atheist and and… Continue reading Answering Those who Disagree With me