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    Without Prejudice

    This email is so good that I just had to share it. It's one of those emails that begins with courtesy, moves to confusion, and gradually builds in rage until it explodes... Read more
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    Is There A Connection?

    Two brief observations, then a question. Read more
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    Ten Theological Goals for 2017

    No posts I write attract more mockery from my friends, or eye-rolls from my wife, than the lists of things I hope to achieve in a year. But I remember the time when... Read more
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    Review of the Year 2016

    The last week of the year is an excellent opportunity to review it, enabling me to revisit (and enjoy once again) many of my favourite moments, and to share them with... Read more
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    Heidelberg Catechism, Lord’s Day 52

    [If you've followed the Heidelberg Catechism this far, and you're actually reading this on Christmas Day, then I will just say three things. First: well done! Second:... Read more
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    It Started in a Stable

    It started in a stable. Read more
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    Advent Calendar

    My friend Joel Virgo just pointed me to this incredibly beautiful advent poem by Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury. It's worth reading slowly. Read more
  • Heidelberg Catechism, Lord’s Day 51 image

    Heidelberg Catechism, Lord’s Day 51

    [Praying for forgiveness of sins is a powerful, liberating thing to do, even when you know—especially when you know!—that God will say yes. That's one of the most... Read more
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    Interview with Tim Keller

    We had the privilege of interviewing Tim Keller a few days ago, as part of the Mere Fidelity podcast. It was loosely based on his book, Making Sense of God: An... Read more
  • Does Revelation 20 Support Judgment According to Works?

    I received a great question recently from a friend of mine, on judgment according to works. He had heard me teach that although we are justified by faith, we are also... Read more