“Give me liberty, or give me death,” is this not one of the most popular phrases in all of American history? From an early age we embedded it within our very being as Americans. The very foundations for that which we believe as a country drives itself from the understanding that man has liberty, but … Continue reading Give me liberty!!
A few days ago I wrote a post about Why I left "The Reformed Pubcast" which in turn caused more of a response than I ever imagines. I blog in a corner, and usually only a few people ever read my posts. But, after this previous post I received heated responses from some of the … Continue reading My Response to the “Reformed Pubcast’s” Comments on My Earlier Post
The Reformed Pubcast consists of two guys who host a podcast on Reformed theology and beer. I love Reformed theology and I like beer too. The podcast begins with the two hosts discussing the beer they're drinking while recording the podcast and then it moves onto theology afterwards. The Reformed Pubcast grew in it's … Continue reading Why I Left ‘The Reformed Pubcast’ – Grow Up, Settle Down, Keep Reforming
Justin Taylor: In his book, What Is the Meaning of Sex? (Crossway, 2013), Denny Burk explains why it is contrary to Paul’s intended meaning for us to cite “all things are lawful” (1 Cor. 6:12) as if it is something he approves. In fact, the context makes clear that this is actually something he is refuting: Almost … Continue reading Why Christians Need to Stop Citing “All Things Are Lawful”
How often do each of you make really important decisions that you think live square in the middle of the ridiculously grey area of Christian liberty? If you’re like me, these kinds of decisions cross your path daily, and how you answer them, and act according to your answer, matters a great deal to the … Continue reading 8 Questions to Clear the Muddy Waters of Christian Liberty