Tag Archives: The Gospel Coalition

Sharing the Wealth 12-29-2011

It’s been a rough few weeks and I haven’t been writing or reading as much. I finally got caught up with my blog reading today, and wanted to share some of the blogs that I really enjoyed. It is my joy to share them with you, and I pray that God moves in you as He did in me when I first read them.
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Confessionalism, Boundaries, and Discipline

After my recent post about The Elephant Room, I feel it’s appropriate to share with you some thoughts by two of The Gospel Coalition’s council members, D.A. Carson and Tim Keller. Justin Taylor provides an abridged version, but I think the fuller post is worth reading.
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The Elephant Room: The T.D. Jakes Controversy

The Elephant Room

For those who aren’t familiar with The Elephant Room:

The Elephant Room features blunt conversations between seven influential pastors who take differing approaches to ministry. No keynotes. No canned messages. These are “the conversations you never thought you’d hear.” All conversations are moderated by James MacDonald of Harvest Bible Chapel and Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church
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A Word from the Pope

Yes, you read that right. The Gospel Coalition posted about the Pope’s recent trip to Germany. While he was there, he visited Erfurt, where Martin Luther “lived as a monk, wrestled with God, and found the doctrine of justification by faith alone to be the solvent to his fears.”
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Five Blogs You Have To Read…Now!

Paul Tripp writes about how to properly view waiting periods in our lives:

In ministry there are often moments when you are propelled by a biblical vision but called by God to wait. Waiting can be discouraging and hard. So what does it look like to wait in a way that makes you a participant in what God is doing rather than someone who struggles against the wait? Let me suggest several things.

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