Religion Saves – Review

A few weeks back, I shared my excitement about a new book, Religions Saves, and Nine Other Misconceptions. I wrote a few posts since then, talking about individual chapters (1 and 2), but today I’m excited to be on the official blog tour. So, here’s my overall review of the book (and please forgive me… Continue reading Religion Saves – Review

Religion Saves: Intro

Look what came in the mail yesterday! The awesome folks at Crossway and RE:LIT were kind enough to select our dinky little blog here for a free copy of Mark Driscoll’s newest book, Religion Saves – And Nine Other Misconceptions. One condition: I have to review it here and tell you what I think. This… Continue reading Religion Saves: Intro

9 Distinctions Between the Gospel and Religion

Steph, the amazing, thoughtful wife that she is, was very creative with my anniversary gift this year: She checked the chapel schedule at Southeastern and noticed that Mark Driscoll, one of my favorite Bible teachers, would be teaching yesterday. Several weeks ago, she told me to ask for a half-day today, but wouldn’t tell me… Continue reading 9 Distinctions Between the Gospel and Religion

Time to start talking politics

So… if you know me, you know that I rarely talk about politics. It’s not that I don’t care, it’s just that talking politics makes me feel so helpless and overwhelmed. The only political candidate I have ever been even remotely excited about is Mike Huckabee, and it wasn’t because he’s a believer, but because… Continue reading Time to start talking politics

Religion Saves (And 9 Other Misconceptions)

That’s what Mark Driscoll and the crew at Mars Hill are calling the new sermon series. These are the responses to the top ten questions from the ‘Ask Anything’ survey (I asked these two questions), where everybody in the world had three months to ask and vote on questions that they would like Driscoll to… Continue reading Religion Saves (And 9 Other Misconceptions)