I like to call them the “BBB” – Big, Bad Bloggers. You know, the ones who publish regularly, frequently, and with great quality. Spending time at their sites never feels like a waste of time. These are the ones the “bbb” – bitty, baby bloggers like us – look up to. Here at Gentle Reformation we try to highlight the best of the best around the web a time or two each month.
Anyway, here’s some of their recent and most helpful material.
How to Offend a Room Full of Calvinists – Tim Challies picks up the old question of “How you can believe in predestination and still be committed to evangelism?” and applies it in a personal and very convicting way.
Triviality of Trivialities – Surely you have had someone you know unexpectedly start gushing about how much they like Joel Osteen, leaving you feeling like any quick response you might offer would be akin to stomping on their teddy bear? David Murray is working his way through Osteen’s Your Best Life Now, offering thoughtful responses to its teaching. With links at the bottom to this series, this is a good resource for helping others to stop drinking the Osteen Kool-Aid.
Theological Primer: Eternal Sonship – In his engaging, concise writing […]