Category Archives: Christ and Culture

“Gospel” is a Noun

[This was originally posted on the Covenant Presbyterian Church, Nashville blog on 23 February 2012] It is quite popular in American churches today to speak of the gospel as though it is something we do. All sorts of good works … Continue reading

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Books Every Lay Person Should Read: Living in God’s Two Kingdoms by David VanDrunen

Our next book is Living in God’s Two Kingdoms by David VanDrunen. Who is the author? David VanDrunen is a professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California and an ordained minister in the OPC (Orthodox Presbyterian Church). What is … Continue reading

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Great Irony

There are those of us around the church for the past several years that have been pointing out a growing trend that we could only support anecdotally, but which has now been confirmed statistically. The church growth movement, in its … Continue reading

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