Archive | July 21, 2014

Sanctification and the Heidelberg Catechism, Part Two

Jon Payne has now written his second post on sanctification and the Heidelberg Catechism (HC) at Reformation 21. In his first post (to which I responded here), he discussed the variety of motivations for Christian obedience, which extend beyond mere gratitude for our justification (as important as that is). Now, he takes up the subjects of […]

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Michael Bird’s Advice to Younger Scholars

On his blog Euangelion, as well as on Zondervan’s blog Koinonia, there’s a short Youtube video of Dr. Michael Bird offering advice to young theologians. He gives three basic tips: 1) don’t be a man-pleaser, 2) work in the primary languages and sources, and 3) take measures to keep your work spiritually fresh. The video is available […]

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Radical(ly Normal)

Shane Lems has written this book review on The Reformed Reader (HT: The Aquila Report). The book happens to be authored by a close friend of mine, Josh Kelley, who pastored the church I attended while living in Mt. Vernon, Washington (my hometown). As a matter of fact, I had the privilege of helping Josh with the editorial process for this book. […]

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