Pixelated Gospels Reloaded

Intro In part 1, I argued that popular gospel presentations championed by many modern evangelicals are sub-biblical. The biblical gospel is holistic, God-centered, and redeems all creation with those who are in Christ as (self-sacrificing) agents of blessing. On the other hand, those popular gospel presentations reduce the gospel to an individual quest for an […]

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Pixelated Gospels

Intro Asking an evangelical Christian what the gospel is could be construed as a silly question. After all, who knows the gospel (the evangel) better than evangelicals? In fact, the Great Commission, interpreted as a mandate for evangelism, is perhaps a greatest commandment for evangelicals – on par with the so-called love commandments (cf. Deut […]

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Book Review – Robert Letham, The Work of Christ (Contours Series)

Intro: During the last supper we had with our beloved systematic theology professor Dr. Sinclair Ferguson, I asked him, “Dr. Ferguson, John Frame’s systematic theology was out a few months ago. When is your turn? When will you write your own?” He smiled at me and said (picture Scottish accent), “Never, I will not join […]

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Restlessness, Missing Out, and the Sovereignty of God

If you spend a lot of time with me, you’d probably soon realize that I have a tendency to become restless. That is, I get anxious quite easily. Even though in a few occasions such restlessness is justifiable, I think I know myself enough to know that this restlessness does not come, at least for […]

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