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On brokeness and new life

I hesitate to cite the source of this quote, as I don't want the controversial nature of the figure to get in the way of what is, I think, a good point: When God’s people confess their sins without truly repenting, ...

The Kevin & Jeff exchange re: Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus video

Given the amount of nasty inter-Christian fighting that's been going on this past week* this, from Kevin DeYoung really made my day. No doubt, you've all seen the Jesus vs Religion spoken word (isn't it just a poem said with a ...

Driscoll responds to the British church

In my previous post I criticised Mark Driscoll for some quotes in an interview, as did many others, particularly those involved in the UK evangelical scene. Driscoll has since posted a response, in which he says he was taken out of ...

Mark Driscoll strikes again: “cowards in the British church”

Oh dear. I've just spent the last few days defending Mark Driscoll (well, his new book at least) from the unfair distortions some are perpetuating, and then he just has to go and say something really misguided like this: Let’s just ...

Review: Real Marriage – Mark & Grace Driscoll

Real Marriage  The Truth About Sex, Friendship, and Life Together By Mark & Grace Driscoll Kindle Edition, Published by Thomas Nelson   Mark Driscoll needs little introduction. One of the most well-known pastors in America, the bad boy of 'New Calvinism', he is certainly a ...

Driscoll: God hates some of you (but he also loves you)

Hot on the heals of my previous post about Mohler's concerns about Driscoll (worth keeping in mind here) comes the New Calvanist bad-boy again. The Driscoll piñata is taking a beating over at JNNPR [edit: MPT has posted a quasi update, but I suspect ...

Mohler on Driscoll

Someone recently asked Al Mohler what he thought about so many young people listening to Mark Driscoll online. His answer is quite insightful: Mohler on Driscoll   via David Murray

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Arm-pit hair: what do we mean by masculinity?

I was recently sitting in the foyer of a hotel in Tuscany with a bunch of students from the Nuremberg Music Conservatoire in the wee hours of the morning following our performance of The Marriage of Figaro (in Italy they ...

Mark Driscoll and ‘Effemigate’

The bad-boy of the New Calvanism has got the Christian blog-sphere all aflutter after a recent facebook post: Whether Driscoll was just trying to join in Jon Acuff's fun or not, this comment has provoked a huge response, and rightly so. The ...

Mark Driscoll: Christianity & Politics

Nathan highlighted this one this week, and made some good points. Be sure to check them out too. Christianity, society and politics from CPX on Vimeo.