Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week — posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.
The Personal Ministry of the Word and the Pulpit Ministry of the Word
What is the relationship between biblical counseling and biblical preaching? Great question and Ed Welch provides a compelling answer in How Biblical Counseling Affects Preaching.
Pastor Steve Viars ponders The Beauty of Serving Together in his post about meaningful service in the Body of Christ as members unite to build and “be” a living nativity scene. As the Apostle Paul said, we are epistles written on the heart…
Declining Interest in Marriage?
Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family writes a guest article for Christianity Today in response to the recent Pew Survey of Americans’ view of marriage. Read his view in Marriage in Obsolescence.
What Is Justification?
Collin Hansen of the Gospel Coalition posts a long, detailed blog on the recently completed Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) meeting just completed in Atlanta. The keynote addresses and responses focused on the issue of the nature of justification. For an excellent summary of the discussion, read Hansen’s post: Justification: A Debate Long Overdue.
Justification, Take Two
Mike Wittmer pens a briefer yet still important and compelling post about the same ETS meeting. For his take on the controversy, read Wright at ETS.
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