The Manna and the Stone

A Theological and Practical Journal of Bible Presbyterians

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Conversations – 3/31/2017

Conflict in the PCA

Experiments in the social gospel never end well.
Todd Pruitt

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Conversations – 3/24/2017

Russell Moore

Concern is mounting among evangelicals that Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s policy arm, could lose his job following months of backlash over his critiques of President Trump and religious leaders who publicly supported the Republican candidate. Any such move could be explosive for the nation’s largest Protestant denomination, which has been divided over politics, theology and, perhaps most starkly, race.
Sarah Pulliam Bailey

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Conversations – 3/10/2017

Coral and Creation Science – This isn’t as polemic as some of the stuff Sheologians puts out, but I just really enjoyed it as a fairly rambling and compelling exploration of some of the rebuttals creation science makes to the mainstream scientific establishment. I think we tend to have the attitude that scientists have a fundamentally different type of knowledge than the rest of us. The reality, however, is that scientists are every inch as susceptible to the pressures of their own worldview and, frequently, are even more blind to the effect those pressures have on their perception of the facts. Continue reading

Conversations – 2/17/2017

Recovering Friendship – This podcast rambles over quite a few topics related to counseling, but the one which really jumped out to me was the importance of figuring out how we do friendship and community in the church. If the appeal Continue reading

Conversations – 2/10/2017

John Owen’s Proposal

I scarcely understand this letter you have sent to me. Indeed, I scarcely understand half the things you say, be they ever so exalted.Mary Rooke (not really)

Just in case you need to start your weekend with a decent chuckle. No, it’s not real, but it’s absolutely spot-on. Continue reading

Conversations – 12/9/2016

Journalistic Ethics  – This is today’s Briefing, so you’re getting this fresh from the tap. Mohler’s discussion of ethics, professional standards and worldview in journalism is extremely useful and frames many of the questions which we should be asking about the way we consume news. I am basically in agreement with everything he says here, but Continue reading

Conversations – 10/7/16

The Decline of Religious Liberty – This article is remarkable not so much because it says anything which is genuinely new, but because it clarifies the heart of the issue going on in American public life at the moment. Continue reading