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The Condemnation of Jephthah

A quick heads up: I’m heaps excited to let you know that Tamie has an article in the latest issue of Tyndale Bulletin. This paper argues that literary context, commonly used by evangelicals, and intertextuality, often championed by feminist scholars, are complementary tools for understanding the story of Jephthah and […]

Student movements and slippery slopes

A story from the history of student ministry: After an hour’s talk, I asked Rollo point blank, ‘Does the SCM put the atoning blood of Jesus Christ central?’ He hesitated, and then said, ‘Well, we acknowledge it, but not necessarily central.’ Dan Dick and I then said that this settled […]

John Stott’s daily prayer

Good morning Heavenly Father Good morning Lord Jesus Good morning Holy Spirit Father, I worship you, Creator and Sustainer of the Universe Jesus, I worship you, Saviour and Lord of the world Spirit, I worship you, Sanctifier of the people of God Glory to the Father, and the Son, and […]