Just How Beautiful Beauty Can Be: An Interview with Andrew Peterson

Here’s an excerpt from Just How Beautiful Beauty Can Be: An Interview with Andrew Peterson in the October issue of Tabletalk.
Tabletalk: Please describe your conversion briefly, and tell us how you got into writing music and literature.
Andre…

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A La Carte (10/25)

12 Things – Mark Altrogge challenges us with twelve things to do when we’re criticized. “We will all be criticized at one time or another. Sometimes justly, sometimes unjustly. Sometimes others’ criticism of us is harsh and undeserved…

An Occasional Series on Narrative Ethics 1: Courtship and Marriage (Carl Trueman)

Given the ethical confusion that afflicts the modern world and, indeed, the church, I have been asked to start an occasional series on ethics as communicated through narrative.  In light of recent events, we start with courtship and marriage and h…

Connected Kingdom: Interview with Tullian Tchividjian

An interview with Tullian Tchividjian about his recent book, Glorious Ruin – How suffering sets you free

I see you and I judge

Ladies, I have a confession. I am self-obsessed. My guess is that you are, too.
Ladies, I see you and I judge. You see me and you judge. We’re women, this is what women do. Where are you on the totem pole? Where am I? Looks, gifts, talents, bodi…

Interviewing Tullian Tchividjian

Tullian Tchividjian is author of several books, including the much-celebrated Jesus + Nothing = Everything. His most recent book is titled Glorious Ruin and it deals with the always-tricky subject of suffering. Tullian was kind enough to be o…

Obscure Writing Is Not Evidence of Profound Thinking

A lot of writers, across a lot of disciplines, seem to assume that the more complex something is, the more profound or deep it will appear. But it’s better to follow the advice of writers like C.S. Lewis and George Orwell.

First Things First: The Gifted Kingdom

“‘Therefore I tell you,’” says Jesus to his disciples in Luke 12, “‘do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat, nor about your body, what you will put on.’” After all, God takes care of the birds and in any case, “‘which of you by being anxious can add a single hour […]

In by Grace, Stay in By Faithfulness?

We’re coming up on Reformation Day again this seems like a good time to cover the basics again. The medieval church came to teach that we enter a state of grace through baptism. . . . Continue reading →