Connection Points

Posted: October 20, 2013 in Uncategorized

ConnectionHere are some links to keep you connected.

1. Strange Fire–Here is why you should care. I am thankful to God for John MacArthur, and yet I am still wrestling with whether or not this conference was the best thing for him and those at Grace to You to organize. I’m still wrestling with cessationism and continuationism, so I don’t have a stake in the ground either way at this point.

2. Jesus Doesn’t Love You Like That–Jonathan Parnell at Desiring God does a great job with a post that has much to do with what Jesus did at Calvary.

3. A Notable Critique of Rachel Held Evans’s “Year of Biblical Womanhood”–Owen Strachan links to a review and comments on the contents. Feminism is growing in popularity and Rachel Held Evans is one reason why. May her tribe decrease and may God continue to raise up faithful voices that challenge her and feminist theology.

4. Thoughts on Typology–David Schrock links to an interesting discussion about typological interpretation of Scripture and other hermeneutical issues. The discussion involves Patrick Schreiner and Dr. Jim Hamilton.

5. Mohler and 20 Years at SBTS--Dr. Mohler reflects on his two decades at Southern Seminary. Here is 25 minute video about his presidency.

There are five points of connection. I thought I might add a sixth, but I like 5 points…for lots of reasons :).

Well, I had to add a sixth point 🙂

6. Where Did All These Calvinists Come From–Mark Dever addresses this issue in a lecture at his church. Dever is always clear and always historically grounded.

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Comments
  1. viaemmaus says:

    Thanks for the link, Jonathon. Have a blessed Lord’s Day!

    dss

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