Why Every Self-Respecting Calvinist is a Premillennialist – John MacArthur

LinkJohn MacArthur’s 2007 Shepherd’s Conference message absolutely lit up the blogosphere.  And it’s no wonder.  Just look at the title.  Would anyone dare say such a thing?  But that’s only the tip of the iceberg.  What really fired people up, and this is evident in the message itself, was the fact that he equated Calvinism [...]


The Rage Against God – Unbelievable

Across the pond in the UK there’s a radio show called “Unbelievable” hosted by Justin Brierley. The purpose of the program is to allow Christians and non-Christians interact in a controlled environment about a variety of topics.  Most of the episodes are interesting, although I find myself feeling frustrated with some of guests representing the [...]

Crass Plagiarism: The Problem of the Relationship of the OT to Ancient Near Eastern Literature – John Currid

When Reformed Theological Seminary announced that they were going to make some of their courses available for free on ITunes, I perked up, fired up ITunes and quickly starting searching the goldmine.  While scavenging around, I stumbled across this 3-part series.  I remember thinking, “Well now, that’s a provocative title.  Download for free?  Why not?  Click, [...]

The Typology of David’s Rise to Power: Messianic Patterns in the Book of Samuel – Jim Hamilton

LinkIn Acts chapter three, Peter said to the crowd, “And all the prophets who have spoken, from Samuel and those who came after him, also proclaimed these days.” The nature and extent of typology has been the subject of much discussion, causing no small number of theologians to squint and grunt.  Some would urge that [...]


Click the exhausted runnerSometimes you need a break from listening to all the deep and weighty stuff out there; and you just need to let your ears kick back and relax, stretch out on a hammock.  Maybe a healthy dose of silence is in order; or maybe some soothing music.  For myself, I sometimes indulge [...]