Viewing 833 posts by Andrew Wilson

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    Bible Reading That Satan Leaves Alone

    Bible reading that only collects, or relieves a guilty conscience, or gathers doctrinal arguments, or titillates aesthetic literary tastes, or feeds historical... Read more
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    The Problem With Liberal Education

    Mark Lilla's new book The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics is short, punchy, pithy and provocative. In three well-written and brief essays, he summarises... Read more
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    Debunking Girard

    René Girard is intriguing for several reasons, but for me the most intriguing is that so many people take his famous mimetic theory seriously. I've been pointed in his... Read more
  • O! klahoma

    I'm flying to Oklahoma City today to speak at the Convergence conference, which aims to encourage people in "the passionate pursuit of Word and Spirit." Given the... Read more
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    Did Jesus Cleanse the Temple Twice?

    Alastair Roberts is answering whatever random questions are put to him over at Curious Cat. Many of his answers are worth reading, but his reflections on the temple... Read more
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    How To Think

    I have just posted a review of Alan Jacobs's book How To Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds at The Gospel Coalition. In a sentence, I think the book is... Read more
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    Simple God

    I've just finished James Dolezal's All That Is In God: Evangelical Theology and the Challenge of Classical Christian Theism. In a nutshell, it's a theological appeal to... Read more
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    The Centre Must Hold

    Here's a wonderful couple of paragraphs from Jake Meador at Mere Orthodoxy, explaining why the centre needs to hold in the evangelical church. He is addressing the PCA... Read more
  • Announcing THINK 2018: The Future of Complementarity image

    Announcing THINK 2018: The Future of Complementarity

    It's so exciting to be able to launch next year's THINK Conference on The Future of Complementarity, hosted in London from 3-5 July. I'm hoping that both the topic and... Read more
  • Guest Post from Rachel Ruddy: Who Takes Centre Stage? image

    Guest Post from Rachel Ruddy: Who Takes Centre Stage?

    Francis Chan’s best-selling book Crazy Love makes the point that man’s biggest delusion is that we think, and live, as though we are the star performer in the movie... Read more