Why N.T. Wright Points me to Reformed Theology

N.T. Wright is both a household name in theological discourse and a bogey man for certain Protestants.  His contributions to Pauline scholarship and the New Perspective on Paul has earned him a following in multiple denominations and theological traditions.  He has also been a target with darts thrown his way. While I am firmly committed […]

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Reparative Therapy and Reformed Confessionalism

I had an interesting conversation this week with a friend in the PC(USA) denomination over the closing of Exodus International.  For those who don’t know, Exodus International was a non-profit ministry that practiced ‘reparative therapy’ with LGBT folk in order to make them ‘ex-gay’.  Controversy around the organization and new leadership saw the closing of […]

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