Planning Your Preaching

Pastoral preaching is like cutting the grass: The preacher stands and admires his message on Sunday afternoons only to be reminded that next week he must “mow the lawn” all over again. Preach long enough and you’ll discover that more times than not you don’t want to admire the grass, you want to forget what [...]

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Knowing in a Digital Age

When God created Adam and Eve he provided no clothes. They were to be one, and there was to be no impediment to their oneness. Adam and Eve’s pathway to oneness had to come through vulnerability, a vulnerability that was both physical and emotional. In fact, physical vulnerability without emotional vulnerability doesn’t work too well [...]

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The Other

Now I know how these things go. Rarely does anyone throw up their hands and confess that they lost an intellectual sparring match, especially when the venue is oh so permanent like the internet. But I don’t plan on getting into intellectual fist-a-cuffs with Pastor Douglas Wilson over his book Black and Tan: Essays and [...]

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