This was a fairly productive year of reading for me (I think... it's actually the first year I've truly documented every entire book I've read so it's hard to tell what constitutes as "productive" for me). In general, I spent... Continue Reading →
Every hill begins to look like a good spot to die. In other words, we begin thinking that if we are correct jerks, our correctness will outweigh our jerkiness. Our conviction begins to resemble a hammer, and people begin to resemble nails. But people are not nails.
Presuppositional Apologetics: A Safeguard for Authoritative Gospel Proclamation
Covenantal Apologetics: The Only Foundation for Consistent Christian Ethical Engagement
Rigney Brings Beer and Bacon to Christian Hedonism In 2012, Desiring God welcomed Doug Wilson to their national pastor’s conference. At the end of the conference, Joe Rigney facilitated a conversation between Wilson and John Piper about some of the... Continue Reading →