Ann Coulter on Soccer

Wow. I get that you don’t really like soccer.  I don’t exactly feel the love for it either.  What can you say about a game in which the players don’t really do much of anything but run up and down the field, and there are only three possible final scores:  0-0, 1-0, or in a…

The Scorpion and the Frog: TGC and Tullian

UPDATE:  Tullian Tchividjian reflects on his departure from TGC Tullian Tchividjian, pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in the Miami area and the grandson of Billy Graham, is rapidly emerging as one of our generation’s most articulate spokespersons for a Christ-centered, Gospel-focused, Reformation-minded view of Christianity.  If you read my post from earlier this year…

Getting Worship Right

If you have been tracking with me for any length of time, then you are aware that I have strong views on the subject of worship. Worship is something such that it is of vital importance for us to get it right.  We as evangelicals are not getting it right.  Our problems with worship are…

Christus Victor and Modernist Philosophy

Last week’s post about Challies and McLaren touched on some deep, underlying issues that I wish to press further today. Challies writes out of an ethos which is prevalent not just in the Neo-Reformed universe, but also, to some extent or another, in all of evangelicalism.  It says:  The Bible is the foundation of all…