A collection of assorted postings and pages I picked up while aimlessly wandering around the net this past week.
- Dr. Michael Horton devoted an episode of the “White Horse Inn” Broadcast to the subject “Is ‘The Easy Way’ Always Best?“ One of the maxim’s of our culture is “work smarter, not harder”, and we’re always looking for the microwave, fast-track solution to everything. But is Christian discipleship an area where you can cut corners like that without losing something? An excellent discussion, and well worth the listen.
- Dan Phillips, one of the “Pyromaniac” crew, revisits “Ways to Profit from an Expository Sermon”. I touched on a similar subject in a previous post. Dan’s thoughts are very helpful.
- The “Precious Puritan” debate continues. (I wrote about it last week.) Yesterday Joel Beeke, co-author of the new and ground-breaking tome “A Puritan Theology” has weighed in on the discussion with an excellent post: “Propaganda: Giving the Puritans a Bad Rap”. If you’ve followed the discussion at all, you need to read Joel’s piece.
- One of the contentions in debates over homosexuality is that Jesus Himself never addressed the subject. Mike Riccardi over on the Cripplegate blog responds to that argument with a post entitled: “Is It True That Jesus Never Addressed Homosexuality?”