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I’ve written a piece over on TGC, on the Red Sea Crossing. We shouldn’t be surprised by the resurfacing of the birth theme just as Israel is about to leave Egypt, the womb in which it has been growing. After … Continue reading
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Over the Christmas period, I made a series of videos/podcasts on the subject of echoes and symmetries in the narratives of the nativity and infancy of Christ. You can watch them all here.
The following is a guest post, sharing the work of the Church Urban Fund. For most of us in the UK the cold days and colder nights of winter are a chance to don our woollen hats and scarves and … Continue reading
Today’s question: “Does Christ’s abstention from wine until the consummation of the Kingdom have any connection to Lemuel’s mother’s counsel in Proverbs 31 regarding the kingly use of alcohol? If so, what’s the best way to present this connection?” If … Continue reading
The good folks at the Davenant Institute—who are now employing me—have just released a new book, God of Our Fathers: Classical Theism for the Contemporary Church (available on Amazon here), which contains a series of essays arguing for classical theism … Continue reading
A video of Brad Littlejohn and I discussing Jordan Peterson will be streaming on the Davenant Institute Facebook page at midnight GMT / 7pm ET / 4pm PT. Just under an hour from now. Update: Here’s the exact link.
Progressive versus conservative evangelical spats are one of the very worst things about Twitter, which is really saying something. Such arguments illustrate just how poor a medium Twitter can be for productive conversation, not least on account of its tendency … Continue reading
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