In Utero Toe Grab Well, there’s no doubt about it. My wife is having a baby. No, it’s true. I saw pictures on Monday. This is probably a “first baby” phenomenon, but the reality of having a child is really slow in setting in, at least for me as the father. I knew that my…

Frame Jordan Frame’s Evangelical Reunion has been a good read. Published in 1991, I assume it was a bit more of a splash then than it is for me now. It’s great to read someone of his caliber doing a demolition on one of the most sacred cows in the modern church. Denominations really are…

In search of Hezekiah What kind of world do we live in? This is the question surrounding the recent reformed controversies. We can and we should discuss baptism and the covenant. We can and we should pursue doctrines of the atonement, predestination, and election. It is necessary to study the doctrine of the Church, its…

Isaiah Notes The following from: The Literary Message of Isaiah By Avraham Gileadi (P. 37-38) Copyright 1994 I. Ruin and Rebirth—chapters 1-5; 34-35 II. Rebellion and Compliance—chapters 6-8; 36-40 III. Punishment and Deliverance—chapters 9-12; 41:1-46:13b IV. Humiliation and Exaltation—chapters 13-23; 46:13c-47:15 V. Suffering and Salvation—chapters 24-27; 48-54 VI. Disloyalty and Loyalty—chapters 28-31; 55-59 VII. Disinheritance…

Swift Shot Feeling rather pleased with the fact that I only made one resolution, kept it, and have since enjoyed the pleasure of a number of fine meals, several chocolates, and 18 inches of snow in my backyard, I’ve decided to share the following aphorisms, authored by my friend, Jonathan Swift. The latter part of…