Daily Archives: April 12, 2010

How to Understand the Gospels

Here are a few thoughts to consider when reading and preaching the gospels during this Easter season: First, we need to be very cautious not to overlook the biblical details in the text. Details like a face cloth (John 20) … Continue reading

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Summary of the Waltke controversy

Waltke is expected to be interviewed by the board of Knox Theological Seminary later this week to beginning teaching there during upcoming winter/spring periods.

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Romans 2:13

I have just returned from Monroe, LA where Mark Horne delivered four lectures on Romans. The lectures will soon be made available here. Elsewhere, Baptist theologian Sam Waldron is interacting with Lee Irons (disciple of Meredith Kline) on what Paul’s … Continue reading

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Steve Wilkins on the Confederacy Debate

I continue to be amazed over the hysterical reactions that come from the media, academia, and even evangelical Christians, when someone, somewhere says something that might be considered favorable toward the Old South (the Confederacy). They can be patient and … Continue reading

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Exhortation: Joy Comes in the Morning

Grace, Mercy, and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. David concludes Psalm 30 by saying that God has turned his mourning into dancing.  Earlier he says that weeping may tarry in the night, but … Continue reading

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