Tag Archives: Ligon Duncan

Derek W.H. Thomas and the Ongoing Saga of Plagiarism

By | July 27, 2019

The ongoing saga regarding the plagiarism in the written work and preaching material of Derek Thomas is currently in the courts of his presbytery.  Even though the Publisher, P&R Publishing, pulled the book last fall for heavy borrowing of Sinclair Ferguson’s own material on Acts, there is still much confusion surrounding this case.  The most obvious issue is the… Read More »

Derek W.H. Thomas & Plagiarism – “The Brand is Fundamentally Corrupt”

By | April 20, 2019

(Note: For helpful background on my article I suggest you first read the article “A matter of attribution” World Magazine, March 14, 2019 If, in the future the link above does not work the article may be accessed on the Wayback Machine at this link.) The following story is one more example of shameful behavior by an Evangelical… Read More »

A Scoffer’s Review of T4G 2018

By | April 16, 2018

  T4G 2018 is now history. CJ Mahaney, undoubtedly under pressure from his gospelly buddies, once again withdrew from the conference, just as he was forced to do in 2014.  It appears the T4G crew learned something from their 2014 public relations disaster – Mahaney was not only not sitting in the front row, he was nowhere to… Read More »