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Review: The Storm Tossed Family

As a B&H Blogger I received a free copy of The Storm Tossed Family by Russell Moore to read and review.

I’ll admit I’ve been slacking on the review as I read this book over a month ago. 144 more words

Mexico, Mass Migration and the Example of Moses, Part 15: The Extraordinary Errors of the Evangelical Immigration Table

In last week’s post, we began our look at an organization called the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT). EIT describes itself as, “a broad coalition of evangelical organizations and leaders advocating for immigration reform consistent with biblical values.” 1,815 more words

Politics

Mexico, Mass Migration and the Example of Moses, Part 14: The Extraordinary Errors of the Evangelical Immigration Table

A little over 20 years ago I read Chuck Colson’s Evangelicals and Catholics Together (ECT). Doing so proved to be quite a turning point in my life, just not in the way that was intended by the author. 1,643 more words

Politics

The Real Question of the Social Justice Movement

One of the main dividing lines in modern evangelicalism is between the proponents and the opponents of the social justice movement. Unfortunately, the differences between these two groups can sometimes become a source of contention, as it did at the 2018 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). 615 more words

New Testament

The Storm-Tossed Family : A Review

The Storm-Tossed Family by Russell Moore

Russell Moore president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the SBC has written in my opinion his best book to date. 242 more words

Book Reviews

Eugene Peterson - author of the Message - dies at 85

Eugene Peterson, pastor, professor, and writer passed away today at the age of 85 after battling dementia and heart failure.

Peterson authored 35 books in his lifetime. 458 more words

Commentary

Gospel Coalition Goes Political!

The Gospel Coalition is an influential organization that provides resources for Calvinist Christians and pastors. It is associated with many prominent evangelical leaders, almost to the point of looking like a who’s who of American evangelicalism, including names like Tim Keller, John Piper, Don Carson, Matt Chandler, Russel Moore, Kevin De Young etc.  1,345 more words

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