The RPCUS provides an interesting case study (more…)
It seems clear that one of the motivations for the Federal Vision (FV) movement (more…)
is happening right now in India.
It is of great interest — 22-year-old Norwegian Magnus Carlsen, having the highest rating in history, challenging Anand for the title.
Unfortunately, you will have to get up at around 5 or 6 AM (east coast) or even earlier (further west) to watch it live.
It can be done at chess.com, which hosts GM-level running commentary as the games are being played.
I am not good enough at chess to even understand, unaided, why champion-level players move what they do. But with the expert commentary, I can understand a lot. It really opens up what the game is like at the high level, and makes it very exciting. Try it out. Schedule is below
The introduction to Lewis on Purgatory, and discussion (more…)
Some of his fan base may be unaware that C. S. Lewis believed in Purgatory (more…)
Reminder to tune in to your NPR station that carries the Met broadcasts, starting at 11 AM. (more…)
The son of the L’abri founder Francis, when he was an angry young man, went by “Franky” (more…)
The sabbath principle is explained using the analogy of a beautiful park. (more…)
The surprising thing about this contribution to the debate on worship is (more…)
This is a review of the mimeographed history by D. Carson (more…)
Some people think music a primitive art because it has only a few notes and rhythms. But it is only simple on the surface; its substance on the other hand, which makes it possible to interpret this manifest content, has all the infinite complexity that’s suggested in the external forms of other arts and that music conceals. (more…)
We have considered Schaeffer the philosopher in part 1, now we will consider Schaeffer the historian. (more…)
C.S. Lewis once said that marking good essays and bad essays is easy, it is the those that fall in between (more…)
This is a brief yet surprisingly thorough and lucid treatment of the issues (more…)
The book “Reformed” is Not Enough created quite a stir a few years back (more…)
At issue here is a practice, reported in some quarters, of Deacons assisting in (more…)
Every war has a big story and thousands of little stories. The little stories are (more…)
The American custom of tipping is like a dance that neither party really wishes (more…)
There is a lot of discussion in conservative circles of (more…)
After writing a response to a question under another post, (more…)
The author was a prominent Church of Scotland man (more…)
This report is based on a “target of opportunity” — an old beat up book from a co-worker; though held together with masking tape and rubber bands, (more…)
While only a few people will be interested in our philosophical podcasts, I hope many will give the operatic ones a try. Here, we discuss (more…)
It behooves us to take an opening stance on the volcano (more…)
Today, April 5 at 1:30 on your affiliated NPR station; or (more…)