Monthly Archives: March 2015

Humble Study

In the last post I wrote about the importance of maintaining Biblical tensions in our theological studies and thoughts. By the way, just as a reminder, anytime we talk or think about God we are doing theology. Today I want … Continue reading

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Biblical Tensions

Several weeks ago in a sermon I emphasized the importance of maintaining biblical tensions in our theology. Pastor Burk Parsons posted a tweet over a year ago that has kept the importance of doing so on my mind. (Yes, good … Continue reading

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“Dependent Responsibility”

In his book, The Transforming Power of the Gospel, Jerry Bridges writes about “dependent responsibility.” He begins his discussion looking at Philippians 2:12-13:  Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, so now, not only as in my presence but much more … Continue reading

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“The Most Fundamental Need”

Here is a great gospel reminder from theologian Mark Thompson: The right and proper judgment of God against our rebellion has not been overturned; it has been exhausted, embraced in full by the eternal Son of God himself (Rom. 3:21-26; … Continue reading

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