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This post is just a brief update on my plans going into the fall.
I will be traveling a fair amount. Please pray for me as I speak at the following events:
- Duane Litfin Symposium, Wheaton College (October 19-20)
- Center for Pastor Theologians Conference (October 24-26)
- Palm Beach Atlantic University Apologetics Conference (October 28-29)
- Beeson Divinity School Alumni Conference (November 7-8)
I will also be speaking in chapel at PBA and Beeson in addition to the conferences there, and then preaching at Brookwood Baptist Church in Birmingham the Sunday before the Alumni Conference at Beeson begins. These are some of the institutions that I most admire in American evangelicalism, so I am honored to be able to speak at these events. But it is a lot in a short span of time, so again, I deeply covet your prayers for God’s help and empowerment. Also pray for my family while I’m gone (we will have friends visiting to help!)
Truth Unites videos “in the queue;” keep your eyes peeled:
- The Forgotten Story of Scandinavia’s Christianization (What History Books Don’t Tell You)
- Law and Grace in Les Mis
- Theological Interpretation of Scripture: An Assessment
- How Not to Help a Sufferer (What Not to Say)
- Shia LaBeouf’s Conversion: What Protestants Can Learn
- Complementarianism and Egalitarianism in Theological Triage
- Spiritual Gifts in Theological Triage
- Interview with Josh Schooping on his new book, Disillusioned: Why I Left the Eastern Orthodox Priesthood and Church
Finally, some big news is that Matt Fradd is inviting me to fly out to Ohio to debate Trent Horn on sola Scriptura sometime this winter (December/January). I really like those guys and am excited to participate in what I believe will be a significant debate on a significant topic. Again, I covet your prayers that I would honor Christ and represent my tradition effectively.
I continue to hear from a regular stream of people that my work is helping them navigate through questions of ecclesial identity and become more familiar with church history. I am deeply grateful to the Lord and ask you to pray that my ministry would continue to be honoring to Him, and animated by the Spirit of Christ.
Looking into the spring, my main goal is to try to finish my current book project, tentatively titled Why Protestantism Makes Sense: The Case For a Reforming Church. It’s currently under review.
Thanks again everyone! Soli Deo gloria.