- The Secret Lives of Seminary Presidents: “These leaders get shot at from all sides, yet they have a trust from the Lord to be faithful. They have an obligation to stay close to and to serve the church. And they exert great influence in shaping the theological discussions of our day.”
- Can We Judge the Morality of God? A Response to Roger Olson: “There are two primary reasons why I believe Dr. Olson’s approach will have little to no impact upon believing Calvinists like myself—people who were not born and raised in an explicitly Reformed tradition and hence do not hold their views out of a commitment to tradition.”
- Why There Are No Theological Problems: “I propose (with no claim to originality) that the interesting questions in theology are all mysteries: we shouldn’t expect answers, so much as hints and definitions that serve to clarify our thoughts about the question.”
- The Elephant Room as a Snapshot of Contemporary Evangelicalism: “Debates and discussions have long had a place in the evangelical conversation, but the Elephant Room is different. Why? Because it captures so well the ethos of contemporary evangelicalism – for good and for ill.”
- The newest issue of Credo Magazine is out with some great articles on the gospel and inclusivism.
- Here’s a list of History’s 11 Most Important Lists
Just for Fun
- And check out this amazing (and slightly disturbing) video of 300 hornets vs. 30,000 honey bees (spoiler alert: it doesn’t go well for the honey bees).