Ex-Pastor Ham

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November 21, 2016 Resources: Luther’s Gospel; John Donne; Don’t Entertain Me; Jen Hatmaker

A wonderful reminder of the Gospel given in light of the recent anniversary of Luther’s 95 Theses

The purpose of Christianity is not our entertainment.

A bit of Christian culture

Regarding Jen Hatmaker (and others like her who attempt to defend homosexuality from a Christian perspective)


As I’ve said before, I am indebted to Pastor Michael Riley for sharing the links with me that he sends out to his church members each week. They are thereby a help to me and my church as well.

December 10, 2015 Resources: The Gospel; Cromwell; Homosexual Attraction; The Magnificent Seven

Might need some goggles for this one. Strong words, but true and needed ones. If you do not like strong opinions you will not like Douglas Wilson (he has written several follow-up articles to this second piece at dougwils.com). A gifted author (with whom I do not always agree….but often enough I do), Wilson has a witty and often stinging style. I gave you fair warning.

You may notice me branching out a bit in subject matter, as my own reading and interests grow. If church history is important (and it is), then certainly the broader category of plain ol’ history must be important as well. Here is a fascinating article on one figure whose name may be relatively well-known, though his life is not.

And a little culture to close things out, “The Magnificent Seven.”

You will notice over time that many of the articles on culture, conservatism, and tradition that are shared here have authors with Catholic sympathies. I trust you will discern and discard the bones.

July 13, 2015 Resources: 50 Resources on Homosexuality; Church in Exile; Friendship; Perseverance and Hope

50 Resources

We are in exile. We are not at home. This has always been true for believers, but is once again coming sharply into focus.

I needed this.

I disagree with this author’s anti-dispensational theology, but his words of hope for dark times are very much needed.

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