We have so many elaborate ways of saying “There is no God” in our hearts without saying it out loud. We are such fools.
Monthly Archives: June 2021
The South has risen again
Once again Heather Cox Richardson has compared current developments in US governance to nineteenth-century antecedents, with concerning results. See her post for June 22. She has been doing this well for many months now. I recommend her 2020 book How the South Won the Civil War: Oligarchy, Democracy, and the Continuing Fight for the SoulContinue reading “The South has risen again”
In Memoriam: Richard N. Longenecker, 1930–2021 (EerdWord)
Remembering Eerdmans author Richard Longenecker.
Psalm 119:17–24 (Gimel)
What is my relationship with Scripture? How do I experience it? How do I describe it? What is it to me? In certain stages of my formation there were voices that emphasized words like “inerrancy.” In truth, though, despite my formation in evangelical circles, these were never the voices of my own teachers. To beContinue reading “Psalm 119:17–24 (Gimel)”