Evangelicalism’s Popes (Lints)

(This is a re-blog from December 2015) I always think it's ironic and comical when a Christian mocks or discredits creeds and confessions and then turns around to favorably and frequently quote popular evangelical leaders on social media. While social media is relatively new, this anti-confessional and pro-popular leader mindset are not new. It was …

Evangelicalism’s Popes (Lints)

(This is a slightly edited re-post from December, 2015) It’s ironic and humorous when Christians mock or discredit creeds and confessions while at the same time firmly attaching themselves to some well-known preacher, podcaster, or blogger. Many Christians who are anti-creed are pro-celebrity pastor. This anti-confessional and pro-popular leader mindset is not new. It was …

Idols, Significance, and Security

 If you're looking for a helpful biblical resource on idolatry, I very much recommend Richard Lints' Identity and Idolatry.  I've read a few other good resources on idolatry, but in my view, this one is the best.  In this book, Lints talks about the various angles of idolatry, including image, identity, worship, purpose, significance, and security. …

Dispensationalism, Theonomy, and Biblical Theology (Lints)

It is very important to remember that there is historical progression in Scripture. The Bible is a historical book that records stories from the beginning of the world to the 1st century AD (and beyond, if you think of the prophecies).  But the Bible isn't a regular history book; it is what we call redemptive …

The Popes of Evangelicalism (Lints)

(This is a re-post from December, 2015) I always think it’s ironic and comical when a Christian mocks or discredits creeds and confessions then turns around to favorably quote popular evangelical leaders on social media. While social media is new, this anti-confessional and pro-popular leader mindset is not new. It was a central characteristic of …

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