Preparing for the inevitable

I had the joy yesterday of revising what insurance we have underpinning our mortgage. The discussion was a repeated one of what would happen to

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

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

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

Honour & respect are culturally bound

Honouring one another is most definitely a biblical concept. Depending on which version you read, Romans 12:10b is rendered: “Take the lead in honoring one

You can’t set aside biblical teaching to be welcoming, and that applies to baptism

I saw the article on Desiring God yesterday titled Do Infant Baptisms Count? You can read it here. Of course, the whole article could have

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