Monthly Archives: July 2019

Church Write-Up: Faith, Fulfilling the Law

At church last Sunday, the pastor continued his series through the Apostle’s Creed. The part that he talked about was “…who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and … Continue reading

Posted in Church, Uncategorized

Mr. Rogers — Triablogue

I recently asked Prof. John Frame about Fred Rogers in light of the upcoming film with Tom Hanks. Prof. Frame’s reply is below. (He kindly gave me permission to post it.) … 323 more words via Mr. Rogers — Triablogue

Quote | Posted on by

Book Write-Up: Seasoned Speech, by James E. Beitler III

James E. Beitler III. Seasoned Speech: Rhetoric in the Life of the Church. IVP Academic, 2019. See here to purchase the book. James E. Beitler III teaches English at Wheaton College. This book, Seasoned Speech, is about Christian rhetoric. Beitler … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized

I kissed marriage and Christianity goodbye — Triablogue

View this post on Instagram My heart is full of gratitude. I wish you could see all the messages people sent me after the announcement of my divorce. 1,224 more words via I kissed marriage and Christianity goodbye — Triablogue

Quote | Posted on by

VanderKam and Flint-hidden laws

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I came across the hilarious fact that Dorothy Parker, the poet and screen writer, named her parakeet Onan because he was always spilling his seed. This joke, based on the KJV of Genesis 38:9, would go…

Posted in Uncategorized

Church Write-Up: “…in Jesus Christ, His Only Son, Our Lord…”

At church last Sunday, we continued our journey through the Apostle’s Creed. The theme was the part that says “in Jesus Christ, His Only Son, Our Lord.” Here are some items: A. The youth pastor asked what the son of … Continue reading

Posted in Church, Uncategorized

Burning the mission field — Triablogue

So, how do we clean up the toxic swamp that is today’s evangelical reputation?…The moral inconsistency of our positions only leads a watching world to conclude that our religious convictions—the essence of our faith—is up for sale. 153 more words via … Continue reading

Quote | Posted on by