Here are some thoughts by Christopher on the efficacy of prayers for his cancer. The obvious conclusion is that we need to double down.
Here is a web site that looks like a promising bundle of theological resources. Kudos to the guys who got this going again.
Either that, or a sad kind of funny. HT: Nathaniel Carswell.
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A few weeks ago I reviewed Peter Hitchens’ fine book, The Rage Against God. Here is a detailed interview with him about it by Hugh Hewitt.
A worthwhile discussion about vestments is being had over at Baylyblog. If you join that discussion, be sure to behave.
And here is a sane defense of voting GOP. Worth reading.
As your gird up your loins for the November congressional elections, and as you are looking for the straight skinny on what has happened to us, I would suggest that you take the time to read the whole thing. This reminds us, as we need to be reminded constantly, that Republicans are not the answer. …
A few weeks ago I taught at a conference in Boise together with my friend Alan Burrow, and the audio from that conference is now available here. Here is a good thing. Some Canadian Reformed theologians interact with some questions related to the FV, and they do so as adults. If anybody else is watching, …
Nate will be at a Barnes & Noble this Wednesday in Seattle. Here’s the info. He’ll be in Boise this weekend, but we don’t have the info on that yet. My friend Darren Doane (and director of Collision) has an interesting video take on Genesis here. Check it, as they say, out. My daughter Rachel …