My friend A. D. Riddle, who recently returned from a research trip to Greece and Turkey visiting sights of New Testament significance, is blogging about it here.
Two articles by John Frame, one of my favorite contemporary theologians, have recently been posted: an article on apologetics he wrote for The Dictionary of Theological Interpretation of Scripture and "In Defense of Social Action" in which he critiques Michael Horton's Christianity Today article, "How the Kingdom Comes," from earlier this year. (Perhaps Bono will find it helpful for answering Stephen Baldwin's criticism.)
Two excellent posts on the context and meaning of two familiar and often misunderstood verses: Fred Sanders on "Be still and know that I am God" (Psalm 46:10, HT: Melinda Penner) and Dan Phillips on "Without a vision the people perish" (Prov. 29:18).
The Reformed Evangelist blog officially launched July of 2006 when 5 theologically reformed evangelists had the desires to 1) join the discussion of reformation theology that already existed in the blogosphere, 2) share witnessing encounters and matters of practical evangelism, and 3) affirm that Calvinists make good evangelists (afterall, we’re living proof). (HT: Tim Challies)
Happy Independence Day!