What do you think? What would you do? What does your church do? Bill Yaccino is onto something here.
Peter urges the resident aliens and temporary residents to avoid sin, esp violent reactions, and to do good. We’ve just had a few posts on how he advises wives and husbands to avoid sin and do good, and all of […]
Yippee! It’s Saturday March 25 and Bob is home (sleeping cozily, I might add). I spoke to him, and it was nice to hear him joking and talking. He came home a full 7 weeks after he went in so […]
Pastor David Butler and his dear wife, Gayle, hosted Kris and me this weekend at Springdale Community Church in Louisville, Kentucky, and were we treated to kindness! But even more than that, we loved the fellowship and the reports of […]
I’m constitutionally incapable of finding committee meetings interesting. I do my best to come to each meeting with a good attitude, but it doesn’t last very long.
Peter seeks for ethical guidelines for both wives (3:1-6) and husbands (3:7) when it comes to how this small group of Christians were learning how to live (and survive) in the Roman Empire. Wives are exhorted to live with their […]
Here’s the article by Alan Jacobs about Wheaton’s decision to fire Joshua Hochschild. This appeared in First Things. This is a serious piece and I support Alan Jacobs. Nice to hear his voice in this matter, and it a voice […]
Joe Thorn gets my top billing this week: excellent post on how to talk about one another. The Ninth Commandment. (HT: Steve McCoy)
How do evangelical feminists and traditionalists look at 1 Peter 3:1-7? If the feminist approach is basically one of a hermeneutic of suspicion and repudiation/retrieval, how do evangelical feminists approach such texts — text asking women to be “submissive”?