Tuesday is for Preaching It is amazing how much you learn and relearn when reading great books. I have 10,000 volumes in my library. over 4,000 on shelves and the remaining ones in one digital form or another. Some are reference works that you don’t necessarily read but use to study other books. Others are … More How Costly Grace is Cheapened
Friday is for Family The current cultural assault on the sanctity of marriage and the duties of husbands and wives is not a new thing. Whenever knowledge of the Bible grows faint and pride in human achievement grows bold, marriage and the family are denigrated. It has been so in the past. It is now … More What Did Martin Luther Know that We Have Forgotten?
Here’s a great article on the Lord’s Supper from Kevin DeYoung (link in blue below). Whether you celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week, or once a month or once a quarter, it is a good thing to give significant thought and prayer to the next time so that we will not do what the Corinthian church did … More Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”
Wednesday is for Prayer and Reflection Ever think that you had nothing to learn from one of Osama bin Laden’s favorite teachers? Think again. What can we learn from a mass-murderer’s mentor? Plenty, according to theologian and cultural critic, Os Guinness who says that the perspective of Islam and the shallowness of what passes for … More We Have Met the Enemy and They are Us
Tuesday is for Thinking The article below is from Kairos Journal. We live in an age that in many ways, practices age discrimination in a very creative way. Unless an idea is new, presented in new garb, new voice, a young voice, a new look, a new spin, a new approach—you get the idea—it can’t possibly be … More The War Between Belief and Unbelief: It’s Not New
Bonhoeffer reflected on the surprising discovery of Martin Luther in the cloister. Martin went into the cloister to appease God, to find God, to keep a promise to God for saving his life in a thunder storm. He hoped to find God in the cloister’s separation from the world. Ironically, when God opened Luther’s eyes … More The Voice of Bonhoeffer