Daily Archives: April 13, 2010

Nathaniel of Cana in Galilee in John 21

There is a lot going on in the first two verses of John 21. Jesus manifests himself to the disciples by the Sea of Tiberias. Now, Tiberias is the Roman name for Galilee (see John 6:1). In verse 2, Nathaniel … Continue reading

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Michael Spencer on Liturgical Restrain

Evangelicalism has become a cult of celebrities. Leading pastors are superstars, even cult-like figures of adoration and near-worship. Most evangelical worship encourages this imitation of the entertainer. Musicians, preachers, worship leaders all take their cues in style, dress and manner … Continue reading

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Two Charcoal Fires…

…one in John 18 where Peter warms himself in the gathering of the unrighteous, and one in John 21 where Peter warms Himself with the One who is Righteous.

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On Daniel Fuller

Mark Horne offers some general observations on Daniel Fuller, which I found helpful in light of current controversies.

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Bruce Waltke and Theistic Evolution

From Justin Taylor: Bruce Waltke posted on Facebook a letter he wrote to the RTS/Orlando constituency with the hope that it might serve to unify the church:

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Book Review in 5 minute or less…Every Thought Captive

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