Tags: grace

Footnoting Grace
11 Sep

Footnoting Grace

Maybe you’ve noticed that the grace of God in Christ is so often qualified? As soon as the gospel is heralded, immediately comes the “Yeah, but…” In this episode, we talk about the tendency to footnote grace and hedge on sola fide. Where does this come from, and why does it happen?

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#96 You’re Not Crazy
04 Oct

#96 You’re Not Crazy

“No… you’re not crazy.”  The boys deliver this message pretty regularly to those Christians who’ve begun to notice the contradictions within Evangelicalism. Faithfulness has replaced faith. Moralism has replaced the Gospel. Improvement has supplanted redemption.  How did things ever become so convoluted?

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Done Before Do and Done Again: Law-Gospel Distinctions & Preaching the Bible
25 May

Done Before Do and Done Again: Law-Gospel Distinctions & Preaching the Bible

Byron Yawn There are two great threads in the Bible: Law and Gospel. The Law is threat, judgment, demand, obligation and condemnation. The Gospel is promise, mercy, grace and redemption. In the first we are required to do but cannot. In the latter we are given and not required. The Law is duty. The Gospel…...

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Anxiety: Post Traumatic Stress for Something That Never Happened… But Might
22 Mar

Anxiety: Post Traumatic Stress for Something That Never Happened… But Might

Statistics show that anxiety (in various levels) affects about 18 percent of adults in the United States. That averages out to about 40 million people. No other emotional disorder even comes close anxiety’s reach. In 2010 forty six million prescriptions were written to treat anxiety issues. With many it’s an acute condition. With others it’s…...

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The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert
23 Dec

The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert

Books that simultaneously challenge my perspectives and comfort my soul don’t come around every day. The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert has recently done this in my life. This book traces Rosaria Butterfield’ story of redemption and chronicles her transition from an outspoken homosexual feminist to a gospel believing wife. Her insights along the…...

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