My sabbatical came to an end, the first draft of my commentary on James (for Eerdmans, NICNT) is coming to an end, and Lukas and Annika were here for 10 days and they are expecting a son in about a […]
Conversion and conversions will be themes of this blog for the next couple of weeks. This series on Chrysalis is about Alan Jamieson’s book Chrysalis: The Hidden Transformation in the Journey of Faith. Today’s comes from Nancy.
Peter Kreeft is a philosophy professor in Boston, which leads me to the unevidenced assumption that he’s a Boston Red Sox fan. Whether he is or not, though, this statement about the perichoretic relationship of humans with God is profound. […]
From a regular reader and contributor to our Jesus Creed community…. about his wife. Dear Scot, I’d like to ask you a favor. I really need some prayer.
I thought they’d never end (and I’m glad they are over). The first kids baseball team I coached; John Raymond was the assistant and was at Trinity Seminary at the time (July 1986). He’s now with Zondervan. Lukas was about […]
Colossians has several references to heaven, one of which we need to pause with today:
For a few years running now, one of my father’s former students, Bill Roberts, who is now a lawyer in Chicago and Springfield, invites my dad and mom and Kris and me to a Cubs-Cardinals game at Wrigley. As if […]
Many of you know one of our commenters is “Alice.” Well, Alice was a student of mine; she wrote recently to say she and her husband Chuck were coming to Chicago; they invited Kris and me down to the City; […]
One of our favorite singers at Willow, Annie Sander, now has a new album: Brighter Day.
Some of you know that a couple weeks back Kris and I were rear-ended and our car was badly damaged. We thought for sure it would be totaled, but our insurance company thought it was salvageable — grunts and moans […]