Cautions for Mere Christianity – I really appreciated this article by Kevin DeYoung, in which he addresses two significant deficiencies in Mere Christianity – specifically, Lewis’ inclusivistic theology and his faulty views on atonement.
I Am, but Nothing Is – Challies answers the question, “What is the greatest hinderance to the gospel today?”
What’s Missing? – Interesting. Very Interesting. And sad, too.
Art, Nakedness, and Redemption [Caution: Mature] -William Vandoodewaard over at Reformation 21 states, “To reject nudity in art and film is no denial of artistic ability, nor of created beauty. It is a realistic, careful, humble acknowledgment of God’s redemptive work in Christ and His precepts for a grace transformed, holy, happy life in a fallen world.”
Gospel-Driven Sanctification – Tullian Tchividjian offers an excellent reminder: “… any piety and pursuit of holiness not grounded in, and driven by, the gospel will eventually run out of gas…”
“Every time you draw your breath – you suck in God’s mercy!” ~ Thomas Watson