The latest episode of the edifying and motivating Dispatches from the Front DVD Series released last month: Day of Battle . It is set in North Africa.
Tomorrow begins what I hope will be many meetings with my four new seminary mentees. They are each in year three of our four-year MDiv-program at Bethlehem College & Seminary. Among other things we’re planning to work through many of the letters in this book:
I briefly reviewed this book in 2006 after Jenni and I read it together, and I reread it earlier this month. It’s packed with wisdom. So edifying. [Read more…] about A Resource for Mentoring Seminary Students: Advice from Don Carson and John Woodbridge
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I’m taking a little blogging break in July and early August so that I can focus on some other projects. God-willing, I’ll be back by mid-August.
The archives are open.
E.g., these two posts from 2014 have received the most views thus far this year:
These 30 posts from 2013 received the most views in 2013 (my favorites are #25 and #29):
- Diabolical Ventriloquism: A 1-Sentence Summary of Each of Screwtape’s Letters
- How should churches relate to others with same-sex attractions? Read Peter Hubbard.
- 3 Reasons I Don’t Enthusiastically Recommend the History Channel’s “The Bible: The Epic Miniseries”
- Wayne Grudem on the Jason Bourne Films
- Piper Illustrates for Children How Faith Glorifies God
- Keller and Carson: Greco-Roman Slavery ≠ Race-Based Slavery
- Don Whitney: How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?
- Top 10 Tips for Being Clearer
- How a Recent Thesis Defines the Glory of God
- 6 Discontinuities between the Old and New Covenants
- Carson: The most painful things I’ve ever borne are betrayals by Christian friends
- How to Listen on Double Speed with an iPhone or iPod
- How Reliable Is Your Memory? 3 Practical Lessons
- Murray Harris’s 6-Page Expanded Paraphrase of Colossians
- Joshua Harris’s New Book: Humble Orthodoxy
- The Best Book on Sexual Purity
- MacArthur: “It’s very easy to be hard to understand”
- Ben Witherington: “The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away” is “not good theology”
- What Is the Message of Each Book of the Bible?
- Brothers, We Are Not Professionals
- How to Disagree with Other Christians about Disputable Matters
- Exulting in Harry Potter
- How Should Parents Discipline Their Children? Is Spanking Wrong?
- An Unmistakable Sign of a Legalistic Spirit
- We’re Moving to Minneapolis: 5 Reasons We’re Excited to Serve at Bethlehem College & Seminary
- Professor of Defense Against the Dark Arts
- Why You Should Not Be Dogmatic about All of Your Convictions: Lloyd-Jones on Silk Stockings, Baths, Radios, and More
- The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson
- Why It’s Important to Understand Direct vs. Mitigated Speech
- The 2 Issues I Most Frequently Address When Copy-Editing
These 20 posts from 2012 received the most views in 2012 (my favorite is #20):
- John Frame’s Advice: 30 Suggestions for Theological Students and Young Theologians
- 3 Ways to Nourish and Cherish Your Wife: Practical Advice C. J. Mahaney Would Give You If He Met with You at Starbucks
- Why People Hate the Sermon on the Mount
- Don Carson’s Three Secrets of Productivity and Godly Efficiency
- HCSB vs. ESV vs. NIV
- Ten Narnia Resources
- Must a Wife Always Follow Her Husband’s Leadership?
- Videos of All 44 Stories in The Jesus Storybook Bible
- Ten Resources for Enjoying Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings
- Covenant Eyes
- My New Book: From Typology to Doxology
- 22 Mistakes Pastors Make in Practicing Church Discipline
- Progressive Covenantalism: A Via Media between Covenant Theology and Dispensationalism
- This Is How We Pray for Our Children
- A New Systematic Theology by an Eccentric Genius
- Falsifying Views on the Extent of the Atonement
- Limited Atonement in the Bible, Doctrine, History, and Ministry
- Tom Schreiner’s Top Three Commentaries on Each of Paul’s Letters
- Critiquing William Webb’s Redemptive-Movement Hermeneutic
- Announcing Emma Elyse Naselli
These ten posts from 2011 received the most views in 2011:
- Why John Piper Doesn’t Own a TV
- iPad Resources
- How to Manipulate People to Make (Fake) Professions of Faith
- Is C. S. Lewis the Patron Saint of American Evangelicalism?
- Bible Memory for Young Children
- Evernote or OneNote?
- The Importance of Dignified Translations
- The Myth of Mutual Submission
- Mirror Reading
Here are links to 20 interviews I’ve conducted over the last six years (mostly for my friend Justin Taylor’s blog):
- David Reimer on Ezekiel
- Andreas Köstenberger on 1 Timothy 2:12
- Tom Schreiner on New Testament theology
- Sam Storms on Colossians
- John Frame on the problem of evil
- Nathan Busenitz on apologetics
- Clint Arnold on Colossians
- Steve Baugh on Ephesians
- Mike Bullmore on preaching (audio)
- Rolland McCune on systematic theology
- Randy Alcorn on suffering and evil
- Simon Gathercole on the Gospel of Judas and the Gospel of Thomas
- Desi Alexander on biblical theology
- Chris Morgan on the glory of God
- Steve Dempster on Old Testament theology
- Peter O’Brien on Hebrews
- Michael Lawrence on biblical theology and the church
- Chris Morgan on the theology of James
- Champ Thornton on God’s Love: A Bible Storybook
- J. D. Crowley on Romans
Mark Wilson. Charts on the Book of Revelation: Literary, Historical, and Theological Perspectives. Kregel Charts of the Bible and Theology. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2007.
Check out this 32-page PDF sample, which includes the table of contents and many of the charts. But don’t skip over the first two pages of the PDF: the endorsements. The Revelation scholars who endorse the book include [Read more…] about Charts on the Book of Revelation: Literary, Historical, and Theological Perspectives