Someone has said there are three things one does not speak of in polite company: Well, today I have already preached a biblical sermon. In addition I have led in the collection of two offerings. Therefore, I suppose I might as well strive for the perfectly impolite trifecta and talk of politics. I wonder, “Does … More What if Earthly Politics were a Heavenly Matter?
In one sense, our Reformed fathers were practitioners of deconstruction. Transformed by the Gospel and consumed with a passion to think and worship well, they revisited scripture, challenged assumptions, and discarded unnecessary clutter. Very carefully, our fathers disassembled their churches and analyzed their teachings and practices through the lens of Sola Scriptura. They deconstructed. They … More Deconstruction, Reconstruction, and Instruction
Grace can be a noun. It is a thing. It is the unmerited and undeserved blessings God grants to all men and women. Grace can be used in an adjectival sense. As God grants rebellious men and women more than they deserve, God is showing himself to be gracious. This is one of his divine … More All We Do Is Grace People