Around the Horn (December 5)

The Bible is One Book The Bible is one book about one person, yet there are times where each passage may not seem to be about that one person. That being the case, how should

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Around the Horn (November 28)

There are No Extraordinary Means of Grace In this post, Samuel James notes, "How many years have I spent as a believer earnestly, diligently, even tirelessly, seeking an extraordinary means by which I would finally

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Around the Horn (November 21)

Learning Evangelism from G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis Both Chesterton and Lewis are mammoth figures in the world of Christian intellictuals. Yet, these two men never lost sight of some basic principles of evangelism of

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Around the Horn (November 14)

J. I. Packer on Preaching and Listening to Sermons This post is a brief excerpt for Leland Rankin's work on J.I. Packer, J. I. Packer: An Evangelical Life. In it, he discusses Packer's experience as a

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Around the Horn (November 7)

Adoniram Judson's First Missionary Test In this post, Geoff Chang writes of Adoniram Judson, "What does someone need before being sent out by the church to serve in cross-cultural missions? Certainly, one should have a

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Around the Horn (October 31)

Unlocking Truth: Interogating the Old Testament Canon  The post notes, "Christians can rest in the knowledge that they are using the same Bible used by their Lord Jesus. And this Jesus said that the Old

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Around the Horn (October 24)

For Jesus's Sake, Be Kind In this post, Trevin Wax discusses a proper understanding of kindness. In it, he argues that kindness is not mere niceness. It is something much better. Sobriety and the Gospel

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Around the Horn (October 17)

Christianity is not a Frowning Contest In this post, Randy Alcorn writes, "Happiness in Christ is one of our most powerful evangelic tools." So, why are Christians perceived as being so unhappy? Alcorn makes the

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Around the Horn (October 3)

Two Kinds of Sermons that Seem Expositional But Really Aren't  In this 9Marks post, Matthew Martens notes, "Too many sermons focus on the biblical text, but fail to exposit the main point of the scriptural

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Around the Horn (September 26)

Laziness is Profoundly Unchristian The Apostle Paul speaks quite a bit about the topic of work ethic. He warns the church at Thessalonica against idleness. Paul does so, according to David Mathis, because the sin

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