Strange Bedfellows: How Tullian and N.T. Wright Are Similar on the Gospel

The social media world is still buzzing with the news that Tullian Tchividjian was asked to leave (prematurely) The Gospel Coalition blogosphere. Then today, the┬áChristian Post┬áhad some rather uncharacteristic quotes from Tullian about the matter. Tullian also had some interesting comments about the recent Sovereign Grace Ministries scandal. I’ve blogged before about Tullian and the […]

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Recognizing and Avoiding False Dichotomies: The Key to Missio-Confessio Ecclesial Unity

As most of my readers are aware, I am a Reformed Presbyterian. This doesn’t necessarily give sufficient information about my views and philosophy of ministry as there are different strands of confessional identity in the Reformed world. Indeed, I might have the same confessional strand as another Presbyterian, but our philosophies of ministry might greatly […]

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