Coffee on the Other Side of the World
by Bethany Rushing …As a Christian living in North America, the Southern Bible belt no less, the chance of me encountering true, life-threatening persecution for following Jesus is highly unlikely. By God’s grace, I’ve been kept in the way, but I can’t help but wonder, “what if?” What if I was born in a different […]
The Salvation of ‘Napalm Girl’ (WSJ)
I still need treatment for the burns on my arms, back and neck. But my heart is healed. A stained glass window in the cathedral of Brussels. PHOTO: ISTOCK/GETTY IMAGES By Kim Phuc Phan Thi Dec. 21, 2017 6:31 p.m. ET You may not recognize me now, but you almost certainly know who I am. My name […]
Dean’s Bulletin Board 12.27.2017
DBB 12.15.2017: RC Sproul
Gifts of Grace
DBB 11.15.2017: Same Sex Marriage Down Under
As the result of a postal survey, Australians have overwhelmingly voted to move forward with same-sex marriage. There is a significant minority who voted ‘no,’ but it is clear that most Australians are for the redefinition of marriage. Here is a brief video in which Dr. Glenn Davies, Archbishop of Sydney, responds to the vote and […]
Mark Gignilliat in Christianity Today: What Does the Lord Require of You?
In the early 1960s, political writer Hannah Arendt attended the trials of Adolf Eichmann, the German officer who had orchestrated much of the Holocaust. She expected to find a monster. How could it be otherwise? Only a deranged psychopath could lend his considerable organizational skills to the mass murder of millions in Nazi Germany. What […]
DBB 10.30.2017 What do we owe to the Reformation?
A great listen for Reformation Day (10/31)! Written by the formidable Bishop J.C. Ryle and read by Lee Gattis, What do we owe to the Reformation? is a good reminder to give thanks for those saints who have gone on before us. Indeed, for their stewardship of the gospel that has passed on to us, let […]
Yom Kippur & Jesus by Heidi Kinner
DBB 9.29.2017: Let the words of my mouth…
I have no desire, nor intention, to be the spiritual arm of the sheriff’s department, but this is something to think about. I hear more and more people using profanity in public, in front of children, even my children. Asking them to tone it down a notch, always evokes hostility. So much going on here, […]