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Should Women Preach in Our Churches?
This piece is for self-identified complementarians wondering if their theology can allow, or should allow, for women preaching.
How Does a Man Effectively but Prudently Shepherd Women in the Church?
First, we believe that the most important shepherding and discipleship work is coming from the pulpit.
Perpetua and Felicitas and the Martyrs of the Church
In this third class in Part 1 of Sketches from Church History, Kevin looks at Perpetua and Felicitas and the Martyrs of the Church.
Why Are Ruling Elders So Important?
The greatest asset for a pastor and for a local church is faithful ruling elders that are serious about shepherding the flock.
Undeterred and Undiscerning
When you’re a Christian, you go by the name of Christ. You have Him not just in your heart, but you have Him written upon you.
How Is Your Church Handling LGBTQ Issues?
There are a lot of people sitting in our pews and nodding in agreement, but their social media accounts are telling a different story.
A Lifetime of Books and Ministry With D.A. Carson
In this episode of LBE, Kevin interviews DA Carson’s about his lifetime of writing and which books he enjoyed, or didn’t enjoy, writing.
A Lesson from Liz Cheney’s Loss
In this article written for WORLD Opinions, Kevin reflects on one lesson from Liz Cheney’s 37-point defeat in Wyoming’s Republican primary.
From Silence, to Complexification, to Capitulation
In this episode of LBE, Kevin reads from the article he wrote for WORLD Opinions about why evangelicals surrender to the LGBTQ agenda.
Impossible Christianity, RTS Faculty Forum
At the Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte Faculty Forum, Kevin discussed his upcoming book, Impossible Christianity.
Irenaeus and the Thrill of Orthodoxy
In this second class in Part 1 of Sketches from Church History, Kevin looks at the life of Irenaeus and the Thrill of Orthodoxy.
Faithfulness Unto Death
We must be faithful as Christians even when we’re misunderstood, even when others think our lives strange or call us haters.
In our Reformed neck of the woods, we don’t have a lot of short explainer videos, especially when it comes to theology and history.
Titus Vespasian and the Fall of Jerusalem
In this first class in Part 1 of Sketches from Church History, Kevin looks at the life of Titus Vespasian and the Fall of Jerusalem.
When Love Grows Cold
We should care about being right, and we must care about each other.
What Does It Mean When We Pray “Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread”?
What does it mean to pray, “Give us this day our daily bread”, when we’re surrounded by great wealth and prosperity?
In this article for Tabletalk Magazine, Kevin writes about Matthew 7:1, one of the most needed and most abused statements in the Bible.
Apologetics and Critical Race Theory with Neil Shenvi
In this episode of LBE, Kevin interviews Neil Shenvi, an apologist and expert on Critical Race Theory (and Critical Theory more generally).
What Does the Bible Say About Transgenderism?
The Bible teaches that God made us male or female, and no matter our own feelings or confusion, we should act in accordance with the biological reality of God’s good design.
In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin reads from the article he wrote for Tabletalk magazine on Matthew 7:1.
A Great Prayer for a Great Occasion
At the ordination service for Tom Buiter, Kevin preaches from 1 Kings 3:3-9 on the importance of praying for wisdom.
War and Peace
Nostalgia is the powerful, dangerous, ultimately God-given sense that life would be better if somehow, some way, we could just get back home.
Prepared to Make a Defense
As we give a reason for the hope that we have, let us first make sure that we have set apart Christ as Lord and holy in our own hearts.