Editor’s Note: This post is written by Mark Jones and D. Patrick Ramsey. Charity The Aquila Report and Professor R. Scott Clark continue their onslaught against a foe that doesn’t actually exist. The most depressing thing about the various articles that are supposedly defending the doctrine of justification is the apparent lack of love/charity towards […]
John Piper John Piper wrote a post some time ago on justification, good works, and salvation. Most Reformed folks agree with his basic position, but there is a vocal minority who accuse him of compromising the doctrine of justification. The man who took on N.T. Wright to defend justification is himself actually just as bad, […]
A few weeks ago, Jerry Falwell Jr. made headlines by encouraging the students of Liberty University to acquire permits to carry guns on campus so that they could, if necessary, “end those Muslims before they walked in.” This rather artless way of expressing himself led to immediate worries about religious hostility and even possible genocide, […]
The Reformed internet world, one of the more peculiar varieties of internet worlds, has been downright pullulating with posts about this thing called “complementarianism.” We’ve learned that it can be “thick” or “thin,” adjectives which do not immediately endear themselves to the reader. The “thin” complementarians worry that complementarianism is in danger of becoming “thick,” […]
I. Complementarianism For Real “If gender is just a term in grammar, how can I ever find my way/ When I’m a stranger here myself?” –Kurt Weill, One Touch of Venus What follows is a kind of prolegomena to any future complementarian squabbling, or possibly a groundwork for the metaphysics of tango. It’s very incomplete […]
The most recent Desiring God conference was dedicated to C. S. Lewis. Among the presenters were John Piper, Douglas Wilson, and Kevin Vanhoozer. The audio is all online here. Video is here.
In response to the release of The Child Catchers, John Piper has posted 10 Disavowals and Affirmations on Christian adoption. These are all very good, and they ought to be seen as not so much an “answer” to criticisms as a helpful response and perhaps even reception of some of the sounder points of critique. While […]