Fellow Workers For the TruthBy Andy Johnson | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
Our love for the gospel is most clear when we delight to see it prosper . . . when other people will be viewed as the human agents of its success.
Together for What?By Mark Dever | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
We are justified by faith alone, but a justifying faith produces Christians who look more and more like the God they worship.
A Senior Saint on UnityBy Iain H. Murray | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
The quest for unity around personalities and preachers . . . is never lasting, although it may seem to have short-lived success.
Theological TriageBy Al Mohler | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
The entire structure of Christian truth is now under attack by those who would subvert Christianity’s theological integrity.
When, Why, & Where To Draw BoundariesBy Wayne Grudem | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 04.02.2010
It is impractical and impossible to rule out doctrinal errors before they appear. Problems must be dealt with after . . . they have become a significant problem for the church.
Potential and Pitfalls of Together For The GospelBy David Doran | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
What’s becoming more obvious to many within Evangelicalism is that not all who claim the label evangelical can do so with any biblical or historical legitimacy.
A Christian Fundamentalist Travel GuideBy Matthew Hoskinson | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
One must differentiate between fundamentalism as an idea and fundamentalism as a movement.
An Evangelical-Fundamentalist Convergence?By Ben Wright | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 02.25.2010
The Internet has created new opportunities for Fundamentalists and conservative Evangelicals to gain mutual appreciation and understanding.
Book Review: Promise Unfulfilled, by Rolland D. McCuneReview by Andy Naselli | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 03.02.2010
Despite the disproportionate space given to them, the alleged weaknesses are relatively peripheral to McCune’s thesis, which he argues convincingly.
Review of Rob Bell’s NOOMA — Part 1Review by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 04.08.2001
Here’s the scoop on the Rob Bell video series storming through youth rooms and sermon series across the country.
Review of Rob Bell’s NOOMA — Part 2Review by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 03.08.2001
Having watched so many of these videos, it strikes me just now how seldom Bell uses the traditional Christian language to name Jesus.
Review of Rob Bell’s NOOMA — Part 3Review by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 03.01.2001
Here’s a list of the NOOMA videos I was able to watch, with a brief comment on each:
Book Review: Why We’re Not Emergent (By Two Guys Who Should Be), by Kevin DeYoung and Ted KluckReview by Jonathan Leeman | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 03.02.2010
Emergents, I plead with you, please read those aspects of the book carefully and with open hearts.
Book Review: I Sold My Soul On eBay, by Hemant MehtaReview by Mike McKinley | 9Marks Journal: Cooperation | 03.02.2010
Which brings me to my question: why would the church scramble to take advice from someone who does not share its faith?
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