Weekly Wraps (Mar.28-Apr.3)
Justin Taylor and Erik Eckholm on the bias against single pastors, Taylor on R.C. Sproul and John Piper, and David Platt on universalism. Not much online activity the past week.
1. On Bias Against Single Pastors (Justin Taylor) – Taylor writes on the issue of pastoral singleness. He includes the foreword of John Piper in Barry Danylak’s book, Redeeming Singleness.
2. Unmarried Pastor, Seeking a Job, Sees Bias (Erik Eckholm) – The article that sparked the discussion on pastoral singleness. Echkolm of The New York Times writes on the issue.
3. The Legacy of R.C. Sproul and John Piper (Justin Taylor) – Taylor writes on the similarities in the lives of R.C. Sproul and John Piper. I love these two pastor-theologians. They’re really a gift to the church and an inspiration to me.
4. Do We Really Believe What We’re Saying? (David Platt) – Platt discusses universalism. Intellectual universalism is dangerous, but fundamental universalism is worse.