The Voice of Modest Experience

“Rourke had delivered at least three babies in the back seats of cars and taxi cabs, and thought he was qualified to assert that there was nothing whatever that was natural about it. It was the craziest thing in the world. Women were the kind of people that people came out of, for crying out loud, and he thought it was the kind of thing best monitored by world-class doctors and sophisticated electronic gear, maintained closely by teams of nurses with graduate degrees in astrophysics. But that was just his opinion.”

Evangellyfish, pp. 86-87

Rabshakeh, Chief of the Pronoun Police

Introduction: By now many of you have heard that J.D. Greer, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, caused something of a stir a few days ago when in a podcast he urged Christians to lean toward “pronoun hospitality” in their dealings with those in the trans world who have been taught to demand that the …

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The Content Cluster Muster (11.28.19)

So Get a Load of That: In Everything Give Thanks: In Everything Give Thanks"What is God's will for you? In everything give thanks (1 Thess. 5:18)." – Douglas WilsonFull sermon: https://www.christkirk.com/sermon/psalm-100/Posted by Christ Church on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 A Point of View, Certainly: Keeping Track of the Woke X’s & O’s: I’m grateful Dr. …

Starting in This Sanctuary

“Our greatest need, as the Reformers kept insisting, is the testimony of the Holy Spirit. Christians believe that the living God is the Lord of history. We should ask him to push back back the forces of unbelief and thank him for what he is doing already around the world.”

Stott, The Challenge of Preaching, p. 11

Angst as Disinfectant

“He had not managed to see Robert P. Warner—who was still asleep, exhausted as he was from a late night of blogging about the loneliness of urban angst as recorded by French filmmakers, subtitling their angst like crazy, although the existential anguish was redeemed and ameliorated somewhat by plenty of full French frontal nudity, which he felt translated well without the subtitles, as least for him—but Peaborne had obtained a brief audience with Mystic Union.”

Evangellyfish, p. 85