Around the Horn (March 28)

John Calvin as an Intellectual Model for Pastor-Theologians If pastors are to be theologians there are certain characteristics that they must embrace. John Calvin modeled a number of these characters, but perhaps the most important

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Around the Horn (March 21)

Why Bother with the Bible In this post, Sike Osinuga, writing for The Gospel Coalition Africa Edition, talks about the absurdity of following Christ at the exclusion of reading and knowing Scripture. Yet, she argues that

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Around the Horn (March 14)

The Harmonics of the Old Testament In this post, Old Testament professor, Randell McKinion discuses the importance of poetry for understanding the theology of the Old Testament. He makes the case that the authors of the

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Around the Horn (March 7)

God Set His Sermons on Fire In this article, John Piper highlights the God-ordained power behind the character and preaching of Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Piper explains that Lloyd-Jones challenged both the stuffy intellectualism and entertainment mentalities of

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The Struggling Christian Myth

Some Christians prefer to struggle. The thought was first suggested to me as I listened to Brian Koppelman’s “The Moment” podcast a few years ago. During his 7/7/15 conversation with author Seth Godin, Koppelman relates

By |March 5th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Featured|