Author Archives: Trevin Wax

C. S. Lewis On Assuming Our Age’s Ideas Are Right

We can’t just assume that the most recent is the best. We need to realize that posterity will discard much of what we value, but will retain some as having permanent value.

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Know Your Southern Baptists: Afshin Ziafat

A convert to Christianity from Islam, Afshin is a pastor in Texas who trains pastors in Iran.

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Trevin’s Seven

Links for your weekend reading

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7 Podcasts Worth Checking Out

These are the podcasts I listen to on a regular basis. What should I add?

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Worth a Look 7.24.14

Interesting links for Thursday, July 24, 2014.

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The Story of Scripture Is a Story of War

Miss the drama between these two kingdoms—the kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness—and you miss a major part of the tension of the Bible.

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Worth a Look 7.23.14

Interesting links for July 23, 2014.

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“Was Bonhoeffer Gay?” and Other Adventures in Missing the Point

The best way to honor Bonhoeffer is to not to speculate about his sexuality, but to see how his example counters the errant assumptions of a sexualized culture.

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Worth a Look 7.22.14

Interesting links for Tuesday, July 22, 2014.

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Reading Matthew With An Eye For Parallels

Reading with the literary features of a narrative in mind accentuates Matthew’s point—Jesus is one uniquely born; Jesus is one who uniquely dies.

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