From Kenny: Here’s Tim Price serving up another post; wrestling with God’s sovereignty in the midst of our suffering. “God from all eternity, did, by the most wise and holy counsel of His own will, freely, and unchangeably ordain whatsoever comes to pass…” Westminster Confession of Faith 3.1 Around the time I first became a Christian […]
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Here’s another guest post from Tim Price… “There is but one only, living, and true God, who is infinite in being and perfection.” Westminster Confession of Faith 1.1 A man named Joseph Campbell, a man with whom I don’t often agree, once said something that struck me. He said “Perfection is inhuman. Human beings are […]
From Kenny: Yet another guest post from Tim Price. My last post was about an experience that got me riled up. It had to do with the harm false teaching can do to people. Someone posed a great question in response, “What do we as Christians do about it?” Is it really our job to “fix” […]
From Kenny: This is another guest post from Tim Price. Tim’s a student at Belmont University and will be writing on my blog for the next few month as a part of his senior internship. Do us a favor and leave your comments below so that Tim can learn how to deal with a real, live […]
Today’s guest post is from Tim Price. Check out his last one: Dusty Old Creeds and Why We Should Care About Them. Let’s talk about Jesus. The Bible is a book that is ALL about Jesus. This incredible story of God’s redemptive plan in history climaxes with the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This is […]
I found myself standing at my back door this morning staring at this big monstrosity of leafiness next to my garage. I’m not sure what you call it; its some kind of banana leaf looking thing. I don’t particularly care of for it, but my wife loves it. So, there it stays. As I was […]
From Kenny: This is a guest post written by my good friend, Tim Price. For the next few months, Tim will be guest-posting on my blog about historical theology, particularly in the tradition of Westminster, and why on Earth anybody in our generation should care. The posts will be practical and engaging, not churchy and […]
Church leaders should talk about their disagreements. The Elephant Room provides a context for that.
If we consider what the Bible says about believers being one body united in Christ, then an attack on one of our Christian brothers or sisters essentially becomes an attack on ourselves.
Resolved, to praise God earnestly in every blessing and to remember that such blessings were never meant to terminate upon themselves.
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Kenny is a full time REALTOR in Nashville, TN working on a Masters of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary in pursuit of the Lord's call to gospel ministry. I'm also the husband of a beautiful wife named Suzanne, the owner of a wonderful dog named Cooper, and the author of Launch Your Life: A Guide to Growing Up for the Almost Grown Up (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2013).