Around the Horn (December 28)

How Charlie Brown Saved My Ministry (Twice) – Russell Moore

The Charlie Brown Christmas special is a staple in our house during the Christmas season. If you love a Charlie Brown Christmas then you won’t want to miss this from Dr. Russell Moore as he shares how this old Christmas cartoon kept him from quitting the ministry (twice).

Church Planters Are Farmers, Not Rock Stars – Tony Merida

“Ministry is glorious, but it is not glamorous.” Tony Merida writes an extremely helpful post on how church planters are more like farmers—working hard, plodding along and trusting the providence of God—and never rock stars. Don’t miss this one.

Do Evangelicals Need a Better Gospel? – Jonathan Leeman

Tim Keller recently caused quite a stir by asserting on Twitter that Jesus came “primarily” to deal with sin and secondarily to deal with social, political and economic problems. Many (unfairly) accused him of creating a false dichotomy between the gospel and it’s implications. Jonathan Leeman enters the fray with an extremely helpful analysis and defense of “inseparable asymmetry” between our sin against God and our sins against others.

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