Is Paul David Tripp a theological liberal? Consider with me the man Tripp identifies as his own pastor, Dr. Eric Mason of Epiphany Fellowship Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Just like the LinkedIn meme I saw the other day told me to, I am trying something new here, and this is an effort at being brave enough to suck at something new.
In celebration of the 200th episode of this podcast, I want to do a recap on what I have learned, am learning, and hope to continue on learning as we continue on this journey of talking about everything.
We must not confuse flattery for gentleness, or ambiguity for humility. Rather, we must be bold in telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help us God.
The curse of representative government is that when we are led by ineffectual men whose best defense for overseeing catastrophic failure is cognitive decline, then also we are represented.
Our modern-day Judaizers are this new brand of Woke Christian insisting that embracing Leftist ideology is the “works” when “faith without works is dead.”
Everywhere you look these days, woke pastors, churches, and Christianity are front and center. But should Wokism be regarded by God’s people as a primary or secondary issue?
When my wife lost her sense of taste and smell, I did not deliver this sermon as planned. Hopefully there will still be an opportunity in the future to do so with the other men in that class.
Don’t try this at home, kids. But it all ends up happy in the end when the whole lot take their vows. And I think we could all learn a thing or two here about good manners.
In sum, ideas have consequences. Elections have consequences because ideas have consequences. And ideas are upstream of elections.