I have a deep and profound respect for John Piper. However, I was annoyed to see the following on my Twitter feed: Taking a stand for your position is fine but using a tragedy that has nothing to do with the issue is ridiculous. Furthermore, Piper’s comment is a backhanded slap to men who are egalitarian since the clear inference here is that they really … Continue reading Complementarianism and the Titanic?
Really, John? Continue reading Piper’s “Masculine Feel” Gospel?
I have been fairly quiet about the nonsensical remaking of the gospel that has taken place in my theological ghetto called the reformed world. While some Reformed theologians would have you believe that Bishop T.D. Jakes is one of the biggest threats to biblical Christianity, I believe one of the biggest threats is in fact a home-grown bushel of bullstinky I dis-affectionately call “The Man-Centered … Continue reading The Man-Centered Gospel of the Gospel Coalition & T4G
It’s about time. I appreciated being invited to a semi-private Facebook group who is filling the void in cyberspace that we still struggle with in live space. While church planting networks are great, 99% of the time, the planters are male and hence their gender-specific needs are addressed. Women are only mentioned in context of who they are married to. So it’s nice to hear … Continue reading Networking for Female Church Planters
I was surprised and pleased a couple of days ago when I received an email about an old blog post regarding women church planters. Linda Wurzbacher, lead pastor of Blessed Hope Community Church, responded and was kind enough to answer seven questions I posed to her about her experience as both a pastor and church planter. Pastor Wurzbacher is also started a group to nurture … Continue reading 7 Questions: Women Church Planters
From Strive to Enter This is especially for those who’ve always imagined what Paul would say if he were visiting a Driscollized church (yes, I said Driscollized). Continue reading A Dramatic Twist on an Old Issue