Our Scheduling Secretary Regrets the Error

A select committee in the House of Representatives yesterday took about fifteen minutes to devolve into chaos. Chairman Trevor McGuire (D.—NE) was preparing his committee on the pressing topic of range management, as they thought they were going to hear testimony from Lloyd Johnson from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). What they actually heard …

The Content Cluster Muster (01.16.20)

Called Conference Early Registration: Don’t miss the February 1st deadline for Called Conference and the Pacific Northwest Scholarship from New Saint Andrews College! A Quieter Open Road: The Sovereignty of God (Reformed Basics): The Sovereignty of God (Reformed Basics)The great preacher Charles Spurgeon once responded, when asked how he reconciled God's sovereignty with human responsibility, that he did not—he …

And Try to Say “Bravely” Without the Voice Quavering

“We learn, for instance, that sexual intercourse belongs only in lifelong heterosexual marriage (Gen. 2:24; Mark 10:5-9; 1 Thess. 4:3-5). What is more, since marriage was established at creation, these divine standards apply to everybody, not just to believers. It is impossible, therefore, to limit the faithful teaching of biblical sex ethics to the congregation; we also have to be involved in public discussion about marriage, about divorce, about the remarriage of divorced persons and about homosexual partnerships. Christians should discuss these issues thoroughly and should use the pulpit to do so clearly and bravely.”

Stott, The Challenge of Preaching, p. 38