Around the Horn (June 17)

Don’t Tell Your Children They’re Great; Teach Them to Work Hard In this post, Casey McCall notes, "For Paul grace and hard work were never in conflict. He worked harder because of grace. Grace produced

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Around the Horn (June 10)

Holy Power for Imperfect Preachers Here, Ray Ortlund writes, "Although we pastors revere the preaching of the gospel, every one of us falls short. Our performance is uneven. Our motives are mixed. Our theology isn’t

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Around the Horn (June 3)

How the Gospel Should Shape Our Political Posture "Despite the temptation to answer antagonistic political opponents according to the same measure of their willingness to malign and misrepresent us, as gospel-changed people we must conduct

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Around the Horn (May 27)

Faithful Application of the Word of God In this post, Jared Wilson highlights the need to rightly balance law and Gospel. He notes, "And out of the angst of the attractional church model and its

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Around the Horn (May 20)

Why Didn’t My Pastor Tell Me About That? In this post, Dr. Micheal Kruger is honest about some of the interactions he has with students. He notes a question he gets asked most often, "Why

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Around the Horn (May 13)

The Missing Conversation in Our Accountability This post points to a lack of what the Puritans called "holy discourse." The author notes, "When a history of secret sin is suddenly revealed in the life of

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Around the Horn (May 6)

Endurance in the Christian Life A mark of the Christian life is endurance, but endurance necessarily assumes time. As this post notes, "The Christian life is all about endurance: Persevering, learning, and growing.One thing we

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Around the Horn (April 29)

How Hyperbole Dulls Our Spiritual Discernment Here, Tom Schreiner notes that hyperbole can be effective, but how it is currently be abused is concerning, "Hyperbole and exaggeration can be effective rhetorical devices, grabbing our attention

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Around the Horn (April 22)

The Danger of Theological Tribalism Tribalism is an increasing phenomena, and that is not a good thing. As Blake Long, the author of this post notes, "I’m not sure if you’ve seen it, but social

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Around the Horn (April 15)

Loyalty Matters: The Misunderstood Virtue In this post, Matthew J. Hall differentiates between a proper and improper understanding of loyalty and the benefits of a proper understanding. He writes, "Any healthy organization rightly expects that

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