A survey of several beliefs one cannot consistently hold in addition to believing in the legitimacy of same-sex marriage.
Archive for the ‘Miscellany’ Category
The following was sent in to my local newspaper for consideration in the editorial page (it was, however, rejected by the editor):
In no way do I pretend to represent the … Read more→
* This review is an abbreviated version of a review of the same book I wrote for the 2012 Confessional Presbyterian Journal
Not long ago, we did a show at Christ the … Read more→
Laura Story’s newish song-hymn, “What a Savior,” presents us with an interesting theological conundrum. It’s a kind of brain-teaser not unlike the one introduced to many confused Christians when they … Read more→
For Reformed Christians we often struggle with the relation between the eternal decree of God and the historical manifestation of that decree in time. It is ingrained within our theological … Read more→
By the time they stopped that night, the rain had abated somewhat. But it did not cease. Likewise, the sun never properly set. Robbed of its glory by the day’s … Read more→
Today, I was delighted to receive a copy of Pamela York’s new album, Lay Down This World: Hymns and Spirituals. Pamela is an accomplished jazz pianist, who brings a fresh … Read more→
It is quite clear from God’s Word that the church is called to exhibit unity. Such unity is encouraged (nay, prayed for and commanded) throughout the New Testament. Jesus prayed … Read more→
Why did the chicken cross the road? To escape from Chick-fil-A, of course.
On August 1, I did not patronize a Chick-fil-A. Maybe I’m just chicken.
The debate about the fast food … Read more→
Simonetta Carr has added to her wonderful series of biographies for young readers with Lady Jane Grey. Watch the trailer below, and pre-order the book from Reformation Heritage Books.