Tag Archives: John Piper

Edwards’ Cautions against Wholesale Theological Adoption

Jonathan Edwards caused quite a hubbub with his congregation around the year 1749 after the death of the previous pastor, his grandfather, Solomon Stoddard who was “so great and eminent a divine” in Northampton. Edwards as the new pastor felt convicted to tweak the qualifications for full membership (i.e., taking the Lord’s Supper). Stoddard had […]

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Lecrae Interview

Mark Driscoll interviews “indigenous missionary to the hip hop culture” Lecrae about his background and hip hop music in order to showcase his new album, Rebel. This is a guy I’ve been listening to for a while. It’s great to see he’s getting exposure and getting interested in Reformed theology (surprised to hear that he’s […]

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