Monthly Archives: March 2015

Give me Grave Christianity

Please… No more superficial Christianity No more weak preaching No more selfish jokes from the pulpit No more omission of the realities of hell, or heaven No more self-centered ‘worship’ songs No more self-help sermons No more man-pleasing pastors No more yes-man associate pastors No more best life now No more listless homilies No more shallow […]

Nouwen’s sharp critique of ‘theologicalessness’.

This quote by Henri Nouwen, though over a decade ago, still bites hard today (this is from page 25, footnote 12 in Piper’s God’s Passion for His Glory). We do well as ministers of the Word to heed the summons back to robust theological thinking. One means to this end is picking up the old dead […]

Loyalty: from Wooden’s ‘Pyramid of Success’

Loyalty: to yourself and to tall those depending on you. Keep your self respect.

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Daniel B. Wallace

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