Carl Trueman on 01/15/2019

Some Thoughts on Systematic Theology as Poor Relation, Part One

By Carl Trueman Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Paideia Center Conference in Orlando, focused this year on the catholic, creedal understanding of God. I also sat on a discussion panel with Mike Allen, Scott Swain, Blair Smith and Liam Goligher, discussing the Trinity debate of 2016.

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Aimee Byrd on 01/09/2019

Consider Me Triggered

By Aimee Byrd I took a camping and backpacking class in college to fill in one of my extra electives. It’s one of the classes I remember the most. We had three trips where we were dropped off on different parts of the Appalachian Trail in groups on a Friday, carrying 1/3 of our weight in backpacks f

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Todd Pruitt on 12/22/2018

My Favorite Books (2018)

By Todd Pruitt I read a lot of good books this year. There are also some books published this year that I have heard great things about which I have not yet read. But the following are the ones that rose to the top for me.Book of the YearInterpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition by Craig Carte

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Aimee Byrd on 11/02/2018

A Response to Anthony Esolen Regarding Women and Hysteria

By Aimee Byrd Anthony Esolen is an author whom I’ve enjoyed reading. I have respect for his work and his integrity to speak his convictions even when it costs him something. This is why I was so troubled to read his convictions in his latest article for the New English Review, Hysteria and the Need

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Aimee Byrd on 11/01/2018

In the No: Freedom and Belonging Will Never Be Found in the Hookup Culture

By Aimee Byrd Radiolab did a series of three podcasts called “In the No” in collaboration with radio maker Kaitlin Priest, whose “mini-series called ‘No’ about her personal struggle to understand and communicate about sexual consent” motivated Radiolab’s host Jad Abumrad to further discuss the diffi

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Aimee Byrd on 10/19/2018

When Do We Use the Word Sin, and Why?

By Aimee Byrd A couple days ago, I wrote about how even the world of Reformedish evangelicalism is contributing to the sad “State of Theology” that is evidenced in the Ligonier Ministries’ survey. Bad theology is perpetuated in our own circles when ethics is prioritized over our theology of God, his

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Todd Pruitt on 09/26/2018

Revoice and God's Design for the Family

By Todd Pruitt If you are a regular reader of this blog then you have probably read my previous piece on the Revoice conference. Revoice has been the source of great division in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), the denomination in which I serve. That is because although Nate Collins, the co

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Todd Pruitt on 09/19/2018

Reforming Our Worship

By Todd Pruitt Once again Midway Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Powder Springs, GA will be hosting their annual Reformation Worship Conference in partnership with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. This years’ theme is “Worshipping God’s Way, Not Ours.” I’m planning to attend. Give me a shout if

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Aimee Byrd on 09/18/2018

How Much Should a Drunk Teenage Boy Be Held Accountable for His Behavior?

By Aimee Byrd I am ashamed of my 17-year-old behavior. By God’s grace I have matured into a 42-year-old with a godly understanding of holiness and identity. By God’s grace, I have repented of my wayward behavior and his righteousness has covered me and the sanctifying work of his Spirit is transform

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