Dr. Trueman on the importance of differences. Sound kind of wrong-headed? Listen here. It’s only three minutes or so.
Trueman has a good piece reminding me of what I need to be as a minister of the gospel. Pray for me! PS: Make sure to watch the contrasting videos at the bottom of Trueman’s piece.
Good stuff, once again, by Dr. Trueman!
Here is a really good piece by Dr. Trueman on parachurch and accountability. It is really worth the read and consideration. We can, do, and should learn from various sources. However, those sources ought to welcome accountability. Read it here.
“Yet it is also a word of judgment because it reminds us that our temptation to be preoccupied with those that our celebrity-aesthetic society finds lovely – the young, the artistic, the talented, the famous, the trendy, the brash, the bold, the beautiful, the cool, the self-promoting and the hip – does not reflect the priorities of the God of the cross. He is more likely to build his church [ Read More ]
Here is an audio interview with Carl Trueman on the recent issues involving the Elephant Room and The Gospel Coalition. I really appreciate how he brings the issues to practical bearing for churches and individuals. Here is no theoretic theologian. Carl is a churchly theolgian and understands how these things impact ordinary pastors and their people.
WARNING: this post is jestly earnest. Before you read any of my comments below, I highly (Did I say highly?) recommend you read this piece by CRT. If you did not read Trueman’s piece yet, stop now and either read it then come back here or get off my blog (and if you get sick, don’t call me for a visit!). There are plenty of other blogs for you to [ Read More ]