From today's Advent Blog Tour entry by J.R. Daniel Kirk: "As we look forward to the arrival of the Christ (both the anticipation of the first coming that we relive each year and the future coming for which we still long), we are called to remember that the End begins with his appearance, and that this … Continue reading No place for complacency
How much of our understanding of the gospel as Americans is American and how much is biblical? That's the question 30-something megachurch pastor David Platt asks early on in his best-selling book "Radical: Taking Back Your Faith From the American Dream." "Fundamentally, the gospel is the revelation of who God is, who we are, and … Continue reading Book Review: Radical
For those of us who are old enough, there is "old Petra" and Petra. Petra, in the days of my youth, wrote songs like "More Power to Ya," "Judas' Kiss," "The Coloring Song," and many, many more. Why am I bringing this up? I was at work a few weeks ago, listening fondly to "Old … Continue reading Greek for rock
The Crowd from Matthew Ashton on Vimeo. Which are you going to follow - the cross or the crowd?