They will remember what gets you excited

I have been dipping in and out of Jim Hamilton’s book on typology recently. As with most theological books, it’s not a page-turner but it

Efficiency is not our highest goal

If you are all about efficiency, the fastest way to get most things done is get one bloke, with one thing to do, and let

Does character matter when it comes to voting for political candidates?

Yesterday, I read an interesting reflection from Themelios on whether believers can vote for “debauched pagans”. You can read the article here. The abstract says

Think carefully about your liturgy

Every church is liturgical. Even those of us who like to think we’re not, we definitely are. Liturgy is just the order in which you

Complementarianism, the regulative principle holding for all of life & how we undermine our own principle

If you’re a regulative principle type – that is, you think God ultimately determines how he is to be worshipped – you will likely have

Snippets from the interweb (7th August 2022)

Evangelical catholicity and how to foster it ‘What we need is a better evangelical catholicity: an understanding of our partnership with churches everywhere. If we

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