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Apr 29, 2015

Union With Christ is Not Sporadic by Staff

Union with Christ is an abiding reality.

Apr 29, 2015

A Theology of Theology in One Verse by Bart Box

Moses would not make a good postmodern. The notion of “things that are revealed” is so certain, so objective, so confident sounding. Yet, Moses doesn’t shy away from the idea that God has given His people revealed things—truths about Himself, truths about man, truths about the world. And all these belong to God’s people.

Apr 29, 2015

We Wait, Eyes to the Ground by Andrea Burke

“No,” she pulls a blanket up over her head. I know you want to hide, I want to say. Confession makes us feel naked even with all of the weight of hiding on top of us. I know where she is, but I ask for her to show herself anyway. Coming face to face with the one you’re confessing to is important. I know it from the garden. I…

Apr 29, 2015

In Tight With the Boss of Existence by Jared C. Wilson

If nothing can separate us from the love of Christ, what then?

Apr 29, 2015

Busting 12 Myths About Productivity by Matt Perman

Do you understand productivity in the right way? Is your approach to "getting things done" rooted in the gospel and its implications?

Apr 28, 2015

Real Preaching is Attractive by Staff

When Martyn Lloyd-Jones says that people still will come to hear preaching in our contemporary culture, he adds two qualifications . . .

Apr 28, 2015

The Missional Calvin by Staff

Calvin so believed in the importance of the everyday activities of Christian life and mission that he had a strange but telling practice in Geneva . . .

Apr 28, 2015

"Judge Not" is Not a Shield to Hide Behind by Casey Lewis

It is not uncommon to hear people say things like: “Aren’t we all sinners? What gives you the right to make moral judgments about someone else? Isn’t that God’s job?”