Over at TGCA Andrew Moody is displaying an example of a selective reading of scripture. I think this will only turn people further away from the biblical truth about the identity and behaviour of those [ Read More … ]
Recently I was reminded of the typical protestant reaction to a non-Christian claiming they are a ‘good person’. I’m rarely happy with how our teachers seize on the claim. It almost comes across as propaganda [ Read More … ]
In this post we consider the ethical nature of righteousness and what it means over various stages in salvation history. The post also looks at rewards for righteous behaviour and if or not the righteous [ Read More … ]
From Acts 11-13 In Antioch we see the first Gentile church. Barnabas and Saul come in to teach a large and growing church. It was at this church that believers first were given the name [ Read More … ]
This book is a very helpful understanding of the topic of salvation as seen primarily through the Gospel. I found it has a strong pastoral focus and counters very gracefully the easy believism which is [ Read More … ]
From 2 Corinthians 5-9 Paul looks forward to his resurrection, but he knows he will be judged by Christ. Paul says he seeks to please God because he knows Christ will judge him according to [ Read More … ]
From Genesis 48-50 Jacob has died and his brothers fear retribution. In today’s post Joseph explains to them the LORD’s plan. This post is part of my bible in a year series.