Monthly Archives: October 2010

Narnia Invaded?

After the encouragement of some trustworthy friends, I’ve come to appreciate the fictional writings of C.S. Lewis as well as the Christian journal Touchstone over the past few months. Lo and behold, they have come together in the November-December issue … Continue reading

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The Descendant

“‘I will put enmity between . . . thy seed and her seed,’ God says. This amounts to saying: You, Satan, have attacked and deceived man through the woman that through sin you might pose as their head and their … Continue reading

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Living in the Victory of the Resurrection

I consider myself richly blessed to be a part of the Dyer Baptist Association here in Northwest Tennessee, where the pastors and association staff have a transparent love for the Lord Jesus and his churches. It was a great privilege … Continue reading

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Once in a Lifetime Matchup

The National League Championship Series (NLCS) starts tonight (7:30 EST on FOX), and it promises to be one for the record books: the San Francisco Giants and Philadelphia Phillies both have all-star pitching staffs. ESPN.com writer Jayson Stark calls it … Continue reading

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God Won’t Let You Fall

I read about this dad in a book about prayer this morning: “I have a friend whose father, when my friend was a small boy, placed him on top of a kitchen counter and said, ‘Son, jump and I’ll catch … Continue reading

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You Think About That

“A lazy thief does less harm than a lazy servant.” – Martin Luther, What Luther Says, Compiled by Ewald M. Plass (St. Louis, MO: Concordia, 1959), 1498.

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Remember, Your Work is a Divine Calling

Twentieth Century Reformed theologian John Murray’s Principles of Conduct is a standard work in Christian ethics from a biblical theological perspective. I have seen it cited in countless footnotes over the past few years, and was delighted to stumble upon … Continue reading

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