In Case You Missed It

1) Russ Moore describes his perspective on the necessity of man, woman, and the mystery of Christ. Must read.

2) At First Things, C. C. Pecknold discusses the Humanum conference and the excellent series of videos produced by the Vatican. Must watch.

3) At Christianity Today, the stirring testimony of Guillaume Bignon, how a French atheist becomes a theologian.

4) This week in SEBTS chapel, Trillia Newbill, author of United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversityspoke about the pursuit of one another in love.

5) Nathan Finn, associate professor of historical theology and director of the Center for Spiritual Formation and Evangelical Spirituality, writes about how leaders can cultivate godliness at Eric Geiger’s blog.

6) Thom Rainer on eight trends about church bulletins.free game for android

In Case You Missed It

1) Two posts for this one. Southern Seminary president Al Mohler offered some historical reflection in light of the Supreme Court’s recent indecision on gay marriage. ERLC president Russ Moore also weighed in with some thoughts for how the church ought to respond. Both are well worth your time.

2) It’s a perplexing though powerful text. So John Piper clarified his take on Romans 7.

3) Ed Stetzer notes well that idolatry lives today, so pastors much guard and preach against it.

4) Thom Rainer offers a helpful list on seven ways the pastor’s family comes under attack.

In Case You Missed It

Each Friday at Between the Times we point you to some of this week’s blogposts we think worth your time. Some are written by Southeastern faculty, alumni, or students. Some are from others outside Southeastern who have something to say. Either way, we want to keep you updated in case you missed it.

1) On Tuesday at thomrainer.com, Southeastern’s Dean of Graduate Studies and Professor of Missions and Evangelism, Chuck Lawless wrote about the 8 ways the enemy attacks the church.

2) Over at SEND Network, SEBTS alum and church planter Trevor Attwood discusses how a small church develops substantial leaders.

3) The foolishness of an Ebola doctor was actually part of God’s wisdom, says Collin Garbarino at First Things.

4) Selma Wilson, President of B&H Publishing, explains the top needs of teenage girls.

5) At CT magazine, Kate Tracey with an eye-opening piece on the world’s top church-destroying countries.

6) From last weekend, but a great reminder from Mark Movsesian on how we must, somehow, help Iraq’s Christians.

7) Alan Noble, assistant professor of English at Oklahoma Baptist University, asks: “Is Evangelical Morality Still Acceptable in America?” topodin