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Samuel Parkison

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In Which Doug Wilson Shoots At Thin Air

In my small circle of young, reformed Baptist friends, I am known for my appreciation for Doug Wilson. I’ve gone on record to say that I think he’s the most gifted living writer, and I stand by it; I have... Continue Reading →

Reflections on T4G and CBMW

More than any other conference I have attended, the CBMW Pre-Conference and the Together for the Gospel Conference served to heighten my awareness of this present historical moment. This is not to say that I typically walk around with a... Continue Reading →

Beware of Cool-Shaming

Hear ye! Hear ye! All ye with Warby Parker thick-rimmed glasses and skin-fade hipster dues. All ye with full sleeves and skinny jeans, with tobacco breath (not from cigarettes, that's gross; totes pipes and stogies, just like Spurgeon, duh). All... Continue Reading →

Art and Objectivity, Part 2

A while back, I wrote a blog about art and its relation to objectivity, trying to get the ball rolling in a conversation that I think is worth having. I recognize that describing it as “getting the ball rolling” may... Continue Reading →

Stricter Judgement for Justified Pastors?

“Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, for you know that we who teach will be judged with greater strictness.” - James 3:1 If you are a pastor--or an aspiring pastor--you are most likely familiar with a number... Continue Reading →

An Eschatological Inquiry

For a while now, I have been a grateful beneficiary of Apologia Studios, and all of the Canon Stuff that’s being generated from Moscow, ID. This isn’t hard to imagine, since Jeff Durbin and Doug Wilson are, like me, proud... Continue Reading →

Art and Objectivity

Christians have a long-standing relationship with the concept of objectivity. Our apologetic efforts are shot through with absolute, objective truth arguments. Our morality hinges on the objective antithesis between sin and godliness. Our gospel is an objective and exclusive gospel; we... Continue Reading →

Presuppositional Apologetics: A Safeguard for Authoritative Gospel Proclamation

Presuppositional Apologetics: A Safeguard for Authoritative Gospel Proclamation

What Is the Mission of the Church? – In Defense of Non-Weird Culture-Building

Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert labor in What Is the Mission of the Church to bring some much needed balance to the “missional church” craze. It should be said that this book is framed within a large context of “missional... Continue Reading →

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