Why Matthew Parris’s week of research has, unsurprisingly, not dealt a killer blow to the doctrine of the atonement

I wrote, around Easter, about an article in The Times by Matthew Parris. You can read my post here and follow the link to the

Exegete the passage in front of you, don’t flatten it by exegeting other things

I have written in recent weeks about the need for careful Bible reading. First, I talked about a basic question of biblical exegesis: where do

You can’t reject textual observations because you don’t like the quarters from which they emanate

The other day I wrote about a simple, but important, little question that is vital for our bible studies and sermons. That question was, where

We need to talk about Hell more than we do

The other day, I spoke about some of our aversion to the doctrine of Hell. You can read that post here. As it happened, yesterday

Downplaying Hell and our cultural problem of awkwardness

I’ll be brutally honest (because, as you know, I know no other way), there is one troubling and horrific thought that has driven a lot

Church Relationships & Drawing Lines

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