Monthly Archives: October 2012

Caricature in Chief

For the month of October, I’ve chosen to address some issues regarding the upcoming election. I laid out issues I plan to speak on, and am dedicating every Tuesday to the discussion. First, I addressed that Christians need not fear … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dangerous Calling

Dangerous Calling Confronting the Unique Challenges of Pastoral Ministry Paul David Tripp Crossway; 224 pages Review 10/10 I’ve appreciated and benefited from Paul David Tripp’s ministry previously. Our church has shown his video series, “Getting to the Heart of Parenting” … Continue reading

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RHE, Hermaneutics and the Heart

Rachel Held Evans has received a lot of attention recently, not just from the Today Show, but also from the blogosphere. Rachel’s an avid blogger herself and a self-proclaimed “Christian feminist.” Her appearance on Today was to introduce her new … Continue reading

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In Ballot We Trust

For the month of October, I’ve chosen to address some issues regarding the upcoming election. I laid out issues I plan to speak on, and am dedicating every Tuesday to the discussion. First, I addressed that Christians need not fear … Continue reading

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Book Review Reprieve

About a month ago, I wrote that I was really starting to investigate covenantalism versus dispensationalism. Surprisingly, such an announcement did not increase my blog traffic like I thought it would. </sarcasm> I then proceeded to do some reading and … Continue reading

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Building a Wall that Keeps Grace Out

For the month of October, I’ve chosen to address some issues regarding the upcoming election. I laid out issues I plan to speak on, and am dedicating every Tuesday to the discussion. First, I addressed that Christians need not fear … Continue reading

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Book Review: Has the Church Replaced Israel?

Has the Church Replaced Israel? A Theological Evaluation Michael J Vlach B&H Publishing Group; 210 pages As I continue working through my stack of books on the issue of Dispensationalism and Covenantalism, this one caught my eye. The title presents … Continue reading

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Pastor Appreciation and Greenville Grace

A few years back, in the basement of the “Hallmark Cards© Headquarters: Subdivision: Christian,” Pastor Appreciation Month was invented. The cynic in me supposes this was an attempt to survive budget cuts at headquarters and retain their small cliche. This … Continue reading

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We Are Not Who You Think We Are

For the month of October, I’ve chosen to address some issues regarding the upcoming election. I laid out issues I plan to speak on, and am dedicating every Tuesday to the discussion. Last week, I addressed that Christians need not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Beauty and the Mark of the Beast

Beauty and the Mark of the Beast by Committee (though we can largely blame Ted Kluck) Gut Check Press, Kindle edition First, I heard the laughter. Then, I heard the title of the book. Somehow, our Music/Counseling Pastor ran across … Continue reading

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