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  1. Michael says:

    I couldn’t figure out why there were no comments…then I realized I hadn’t published the article…

  2. Dan from Georgia says:

    I just came across the Piper article on my Yahoo news feed. Not a big fan of Piper, but I agree with him.

  3. Michael says:


    I’m not a fan either…but I’m pleased at the exegetical work he did on this.

  4. bob1 says:

    I don’t dislike Piper…but I think it’s highly unfortunate that he’s considered the”best-known Calvinist” out there. Besides, when you combine Reformed and Baptist, well, it’s a sort of toxic and dogmatic

    I’ve had exposure to a variety of Reformed folks who aren’t so dogmatic as Piper and are a lot more ecumenical. With these folks their Reformed worldview is more baked in to their writings, teachings, etc.

    Richard Mouw
    Nicholas Wolterstorff
    James K.A. Smith
    John Stott
    Jim Packer

  5. filbertz says:

    I think I’ll listen to the trio of lectures on Titus; it sounds interesting to me.
    Scott McKnight and Peter Wehner’s articles are spot on.
    Springsteen always deserves a listen…

  6. Laura says:

    Thanks for the link to my post about Romans 8.

  7. Em says:

    Romans 8 link
    Keep short accounts with God as some teachers advise
    Yes, we do need to acknowledge, to confess to God our transgressions one by one – knowing He will forgive, IF we confess

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