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A Crash Course In Inerrancy

So I’m (somewhat) freshly home from the 2015 Shepherd’s Conference, also known as The Inerrancy Summit.  This past Wednesday night, I taught a lesson at GraceLife London on the subject of inerrancy giving an introduction to the doctrine as well… Continue Reading →

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Thoughts on Depression (3)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Depression

So far in our journey through 2 Cor 1:3-11, we’ve seen two principles that help us understand though suffering may seem purposeless, no suffering is purposeless: Suffering is not purposeless because of who our God is Suffering is not purposeless because of… Continue Reading →

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Thoughts on Depression (2)

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Depression

In 2 Cor 1:3-4  Paul presents to us three realities about suffering of any form (and thus applicable to the issue of depression) that should help us realise that though sufferings seems meaningless, it is not meaningless. Suffering is not meaningless because of who… Continue Reading →

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Thoughts on Depression (1)

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Depression

I can’t remember the last time I talked about my struggle with depression. To some who have known me a long time, that may come as something of a surprise since when I was younger, I was very vocal and frank about… Continue Reading →

“New Power: The Gift of the Holy Spirit”

Of late, I’ve been thinking a lot about the ministry of the Holy Spirit. I’m a committed cessationist and for both theological and practical reasons, that is not going to change. But beyond the continual back-and-forth between cessationists and non-cessationists,… Continue Reading →

A Good Word for 2015

We had our New Year’s Eve service at GraceLife London last night and we played this message from Dr John MacArthur based on passages in 1 Peter. May the realities unpacked in this message give you direction in the year… Continue Reading →

My Five Favourite Non-Calvinist Preachers/Writers

One of my personal gripes with being Calvinist is that f0lks assume you only listen to other Calvinists. Now to a degree, that can’t be helped – a lot of preaching outside of reformed circles is, frankly, the highest grade of wack…. Continue Reading →

A Living Lesson in Why Biblical Manhood Matters

Facebook is a curious place. You can discover all kinds of comic fodder (like Captain Jean-Luc Picard singing ‘Let It Snow’…seriously, it’s awesome) or be introduced to amazing tools and resources (like Evernote and Pocket). You even get the odd… Continue Reading →

The Curse Motif of the Atonement

On my way to work this morning, as my Dad drove, I listened to Premier Radio, which is the Christian radio station here in the London and the South East of England. The topic was on the Cross and the… Continue Reading →

The Armour of the Adversary

I’m currently reading a modernised version of John Bunyan’s classic allegory The Holy War.  Apparently this particular version is out-of-print but the Tabernacle Bookshop presents another modern edition that could be helpful. One part of the book that struck me was when Diabolus… Continue Reading →

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