Category Archives: Romans

This world is not my home…or is it?

Those who follow me on twitter may see several tweets with the hash-tag #Ruthproject. The Ruth project is a new work I am working with a fellow pastor from Birmingham. We are working on a commentary on Ruth. But this will … Continue reading

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The Ascension of our Lord: A Brief Introduction

The Church celebrates the Ascension of our Lord this Thursday. Since most churches are not able to have Thursday services, traditionally many of them celebrate Ascension on Sunday. The Ascension of Jesus is barely mentioned in the evangelical vocabulary. We … Continue reading

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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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