5 Notable Articles of the Week

Three Things to Remember when Critiquing Someone’s Theology

“Critique—done well—is a gift to the one being criticized. We should welcome the opportunity to have our thinking corrected and clarified. We see through a glass dimly, and God has gifted the church with teachers who often see things more clearly than we do at present. In God’s providence and through the gift of common grace he may also use unbelievers to critique our views, showing our logical mistakes or lack of clarity.”

The 4 Pillars of the Gospel

“For those of us who know Christ, two simple words hold the key to life everlasting: The Gospel.

Critical Race Theory, Part 1

John Piper gives his two cents on the CRT discussion: “In fact, I think one of the best ways to avoid slander in these highly contentious days is this: if you hear or read a brother say something that you think is unchristian or unbiblical with regard to race, don’t call it critical race theory. Call it unchristian and unbiblical (preferably in a private email, not in a public tweet or blog or podcast), and give solid biblical evidence for your concern.

Not Home Yet

“As Christians, we have a political assignment that supersedes and far outweighs any loyalty to a Republican, Democratic, or Independent Party. Our allegiance should be pledged first and foremost, not to America, but to a Kingdom. Because God Himself has made it so!”

Thanksgiving In (Not in Spite Of) Difficulty

“We can bubble over with genuine thanksgiving at any time if we look to the blessings God has given us, even if mixed with suffering and difficulty as we have seen on a large scale this year. Our God is both sovereign and good. He is the God who promised Romans 8:28, a promise that rests on the bedrock of Romans 8:1, ‘There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.’”

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