Aimee Byrd on 09/03/2019

Foreword to Beyond Authority and Submission

By Aimee Byrd I'm excited to share the news that Beyond Authority and Submission, by Rachel Miller, is now available to order. MoS will air our prerecorded interview with her about the book soon. But since it's launch week, I wanted to share the Foreword to her book, which I was honored to write:Rac

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Carl Trueman on 08/28/2019

The Sundance Kid for President

By Carl Trueman Many congratulations to both Jon Master and Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary on his appointment as their new president, starting July 1 next year.Jon has all the qualities needed for a seminary president: a good churchman (twice on a Sunday -- a sadly rare thing these da

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Todd Pruitt on 07/08/2019

A Little Pushback for My Friends

By Todd Pruitt Last week the episode of the MOS podcast which aired was recorded by Carl and Aimee while I was in Dallas for the PCA’s General Assembly. I had not listened to the episode but when I saw that some more progressive folks in the PCA were referring to the episode to criticize the Gospel

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Aimee Byrd on 06/23/2019

I Didn't Talk About Effeminate Men For a Reason

By Aimee Byrd Apparently, some who have read my last article have interpreted it as me saying that it’s okay for men to be effeminate. This interpretation is kind of proving my point about the secular categories and framework of thinking within the church. And it illustrates that we do not view huma

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Aimee Byrd on 06/21/2019

When Complementarians Use the Same Language as the Transgender Movement

By Aimee Byrd I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been provoked by something on Twitter recently and tempted to respond with my own provocative tweet. I’m trying to do less of that. While there used to be lamentations that too many people can write whatever they want on a blog post and, besides, pe

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Aimee Byrd on 06/03/2019

Phoebe: A Story

By Aimee Byrd Last week I had the pleasure of reading New Testament Scholar, Paula Gooder’s responsible work of historical imagination, Phoebe: A Story. In this historical fiction, Romans 16 comes alive. It begins with the last words of the letter to the Romans, “…to the only wise God, through Jesus

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Aimee Byrd on 05/17/2019

The Christian's Creed

By Aimee Byrd I am a member of an OPC church. When I tell people that, sometimes I feel the need to offer an apologetic, “It’s not like the image you have in your head of the fuddy-duddy, frozen chosens. We are a lively, hospitable community of believers.” It’s a healthy, thriving church with good d

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Aimee Byrd on 05/09/2019

Strachan's Rebranding of ESS is Not "Thunderously Good"

By Aimee Byrd One great consequence of the Trinity Debate of 2016, which started over the issue of CBMW leaders teaching an ontological, eternal subordination of the Son to the Father (ESS/ERAS) and then applying that to men and women, is a resurgence of classical teaching on the Trinity and on the

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Aimee Byrd on 05/02/2019

Complementarian Cappadocian Brothers

By Aimee Byrd One of the fruits produced by the Trinity Debate of 2016 is renewed focus on the teaching of the Cappadocian Fathers of the 4th century: Gregory of Nyssa, Basil the Great, and Gregory of Nazianzus. Their theological works are pivotal in upholding an orthodox confession of the church, p

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