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Why Protestants Need to Use Tradition When They Read Their Bibles

Sep 06, 2016 | Justin Taylor


As J. I. Packer once said, “Tradition is not infallible, but neither is it negligible, and we impoverish ourselves if we disregard it.”

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What Is the Longest Book in the Bible? (Hint: It’s Not the Psalms)

Sep 05, 2016 | Justin Taylor


Calculating the longest book of the Bible isn’t quite as easy as it seems. You can’t count chapters. Or verses. Or even English words. Here’s how to do it, along with the results.

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An FAQ from J. P. Moreland on the Human Soul

Aug 31, 2016 | Justin Taylor


Do you know how to define the human “soul”? If not, here is a helpful definition—along with arguments—regarding the soul and dualism.

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J. Alec Motyer (1924-2016)

Aug 26, 2016 | Justin Taylor


“I’m not really a scholar,” J. Alec Motyer softly said, “I’m just a man who loves the Word of God. . . . Biblical studies have simply confirmed that which I learned from Grandma – that the Bible is the Word of God – and made it a coherently held position.”

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Why the Critic of the Diet-Pill Pyramid Scheme Can Never Win

Aug 25, 2016 | Justin Taylor


David French on how Donald Trump is selling false hope to people who need it the most.

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Writing a New Obituary for Her Absentee Father

Aug 19, 2016 | Justin Taylor

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A powerful word from Jackie Hill-Perry.

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One of the Most Important Lessons John Piper Learned in the Pursuit of Racial and Ethnic Harmony and Diversity

Aug 10, 2016 | Justin Taylor


This may be my favorite section from John Piper’s book “Bloodlines”—worth the price of the whole book.

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How Can I Learn to Receive—and Give—Criticism in Light of the Cross?

Aug 09, 2016 | Justin Taylor


A believer is one who identifies with all that God affirms and condemns in the cross of Jesus Christ.

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Two Ways that Evangelicals Have Failed Women—And How a New Book Can Help

Jul 27, 2016 | Justin Taylor


Karen Swallow Prior commends a new book that gives us biographies of evangelical women, and how it can help all of us.

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(Perhaps) The Most Insightful Interview You’ll Read This Election Year

Jul 23, 2016 | Justin Taylor


What I failed to understand about a significant part of Donald Trump’s base.

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Sportscaster Ernie Johnson on Adopting His Son with Special Needs: ‘It’s Rooted in Our Christian Faith’

Jul 13, 2016 | Justin Taylor


Ernie Johnson Jr. is at the top of his game as a sportscaster for Turner Sports and CBS Sports. He is also a faithful Christian, and a father who has adopted children, one of whom has special needs.

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Why Joni Eareckson Tada Thinks You Should Go See the New Pro-Suicide Movie, “Me Before You”

Jul 06, 2016 | Justin Taylor

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Joni Eareckson Tada, who had been a quadriplegic for over three decades, explains why the message of this tug-at-your-heartstrings move is so damaging—and why Christians should go to it and bring a friend.

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One Simple Thing that Would Help Your Next Internet Debate

Jun 29, 2016 | Justin Taylor


Mortimer Adler once wrote that when faced with a critic, “The only polite thing to do is to ask them to state your position for you, the position they claim to be challenging. If they cannot repeat what you have said in their own words . . . you are entirely justified in ignoring their criticisms.” Here’s an example and a plea.

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21 Questions With Barronelle Stutzman

Jun 23, 2016 | Justin Taylor

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Rod Dreher: “Whatever you think you know about her case, I bet you don’t know a lot of things in that short three-minute video.”

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7 Crossway Books by Women So Far in 2016

Jun 16, 2016 | Justin Taylor

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With 7,000 women arriving in Indianapolis today for The Gospel Coalition Women’s Conference, here are seven books by women (or co-authored/co-edited by women) that Crossway has published so far this year.

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