Author: Byron Yawn

If Saul Met Paul
25 Oct

If Saul Met Paul

What if Saul met Paul? What if in some Steven Spielberg-esk way this could happen? A Freaky Friday of biblical proportions. What if the once committed legalist, Saul, met his eventually broken and transformed self, Paul? What if the man who hunted down Christians met the man who fearlessly gave his life to multiply them?

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Stump the Chump (Questions for the Pastor): What About Kevin DeYoung & Hebrews 12:14?
24 Aug

Stump the Chump (Questions for the Pastor): What About Kevin DeYoung & Hebrews 12:14?

Sometimes DeYoung’s statement is offered up to me as a sort of theological Gordian Knot. “How are you going to explain this pastor?” I think they imagine DeYoung’s comment represents some irreconcilable dilemma. A bombshell observation. Of course, this discussion (the one underneath the quote) is not new. The relationship between justification and sanctification has been puzzling Protestants for fifteen hundred years. It’s part of who we are.

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The Glow of Dumpster Fires & the Twilight of Evangelical Influence
12 May

The Glow of Dumpster Fires & the Twilight of Evangelical Influence

If evangelicalism needs the Republican Party to remain successful, then it has been nothing more than a religious special interest group. If someone believes losing a cultural war, or having a president appoint a liberal justice to the Supreme Court, or a shake up in the GOP somehow signals the end of Christianity in the US, then they have lost their way.

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