My credobaptist brethren need not fear what I’m about to say: Peter J. Leithart shows us what it means to apply the Ten Words Christologically (notwithstanding his unseemly habit of calling unregenerate babies “Christians”).
Simply put, Carl F. H. Henry is the greatest theological mind the Baptists have ever known.
Maybe we’re fooling ourselves with all our talk of exegeting the culture. Maybe what’s really happening is not cultural engagement, but just good ‘ol fashioned cultural assimilation.
It’s very short and accessible, and as a whole, very good. Wesley Hill is a gifted communicator; he is easy to read and winsome in his presentation.
Here's a list of the best books I read this year.
Don’t presume that you are beyond succumbing to her invitations just because you may reject outright these explicit proverbs of Folly. She invites you implicitly and undercover.
There is a tremendous weight of responsibility on churches, then, to wield the keys of the kingdom of heaven with care and responsibility. We dare not be callused or flippant with them, and we dare not refuse to use them.
I pray the song becomes useful for us in this Christmas season, as we meditate on the mercy of God in the incarnation.
And no, I do not think this is a small issue that Christians can simply agree to disagree on. The way you answer this question determines if you have any integral and distinctly Christian thing to say about this topic.