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Praise Songs and Spiritual Pride

August 1, 2014

In my experience, hymn-singing congregations tend to make an effort not to isolate the worship to only the particularly stirring verses. Removing a verse is like removing a chapter from a book…

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Tradition: We are Not So Alone

July 18, 2014

Tradition is not a separate entity from your own personal Experience. Tradition is not a dead static heirloom which you may or may not perpetuate…

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The Gospel at the Gates of Hell

July 14, 2014

One of the reasons governments feel free to deny their citizens religious freedom has to do with the Obama administration’s apparent lack of interest.

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Millennials, the Church, society, and the world

July 11, 2014

Certain events or moments in history uniquely define each generation’s political and societal consciousness, setting it apart and distinguishing it from others that came before or are to follow, and imprinting upon it certain…

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It Was a Mighty Fourth

July 7, 2014

July 4 means life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, not death, entitlement, and vice.

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Your Faith is Now Intrinsically Offensive. Are You Ready for the Fallout?

May 25, 2014

Picture a world in which Christianity has all but vanished with little hope of resurgence, a world where the marginalization of Christians has morphed into persecution and genocide…

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Boko Haram: We are at War with Christianity

May 19, 2014

U.S. Islamists are working hard to cleanse the semantics of the media so the Islamist ideology of Boko Haram isn’t a topic of scrutiny.

Retired Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali of Rochester, England has spoken at GAFCON 2013 plenary sessions as well as a mini-conference on Islam. (Photo credit: Stephen Sizer,/GAFCON)

Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali on “Taking Religion Seriously”

May 8, 2014

“There has never been a time…when Muslims, Christian, and Jews have not been living together.”

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An Interview with Brad Littlejohn: Whither the Restless and Reformed?

May 1, 2014

What the designation seems to boil down to is “evangelicals who dig TULIP.” Of course, that doesn’t do much to explain the broad appeal of it; this, I would have to say, might be substantially explained as a masculine reaction against the feminization of American evangelicalism, a way of really kicking the whole counter-culturalism up a notch.

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An Interview with Brad Littlejohn: Reformed Irenicism?

April 29, 2014

The “Reformed irenicism” that we’re all about insists that “irenics” (that is, all getting along peaceably) without history is only skin-deep, a shallow foundation to build a church or a witness to the world.

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An Interview with Brad Littlejohn: The Davenant Trust

April 28, 2014

While we applaud and enthusiastically support the modern renewal of Patristic studies (prompted in part by the nouvelle theologie), and the new enthusiasm for the Fathers among many Protestants, we worry that in the midst of this rush to the past, we are at risk of trampling over several of the intervening centuries, imagining that we are already well-familiar with them, when we are anything but.

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David Cameron’s Christian Britain

April 25, 2014

“Some people feel that in this ever more secular age we shouldn’t talk about these things,” Cameron wrote. “I completely disagree. I believe we should be more confident about our status as a Christian country…”