Monthly Archives: July 2012

Don’t Surrender Submission

When I first began blogging, I would blog about anything I thought of. Every time an issue seemed to hit “mainstream” with evangelicalism, I thought I’d throw in my voice. But you very quickly learn somethings: There are others who … Continue reading

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Book Review: Killing Calvinism

Killing Calvinism How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Theology from the Inside Greg Dutcher pp 111, including endnotes* I saw this book highlighted somewhere (blog, email, website…can’t remember) and thought it looked intriguing. Then John Piper tweeted the following: Piper’s … Continue reading

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3 Strikes Toward 15 Wonderful Years

Today I celebrate 15 years of marriage to my beautiful bride. Congratulations (for I certainly “married up”) can be sent by way of cash. Condolences to Charity (for again, I “married up”) can be sent as cash. For whatever reason, … Continue reading

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