Tag Archives: Ligon Duncan

Church Discipline – A Difficult Task?

By | January 17, 2017

“Looking at Jesus through the prism of Johannine values offers unique insight into the priorities of discipleship. One’s personal relationship with Christ towers over every other consideration. What establishes preeminence in the Christian community is not apostleship or ecclesiastical office, nor titles or territory, not the charismatic gifts of tongues, healing, prophecy, or inspired preaching, but only our… Read More »

It is More Blessed to Give than Receive!

By | December 26, 2016

“Boston may be the quintessential American Catholic city, yet the scandal soon proved to be far more than a local story. It became an international story about how the rights of powerless individuals are brushed away in the interests of a powerful institution, about how mortals can damage an immortal faith. If there are any heroes in this… Read More »

Where is Kevin DeYoung’s Regard For the Weak?

By | November 24, 2016

  It’s Thanksgiving today and it appears that Kevin DeYoung may be missing out on some blessings. His recent tweet above is stunning in light of the fact that he remains a strong supporter of C.J. Mahaney. Truth and justice appear to be subjugated to DeYoung’s drive for fame and fortune. Admittedly he has six children and a… Read More »