Category Archives: Marriage

Thank God for Moms

My two daughters are very young, but God has already been very kind to them. There are a number of reasons I say that, like the health and happiness they enjoy, and the fact that they were born into a … Continue reading

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Where “Ours” Surpasses “Mine”

From Wendell Berry, on marriage: “Marriage, in what is evidently its most popular version, is now on the one hand an intimate ‘relationship’ involving (ideally) two successful careerists in the same bed, and on the other hand a sort of … Continue reading

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What Is Marriage?

I recently read What Is Marriage: Man and Woman: A Defense by Sherif Girgis, Ryan T. Anderson and Robert P. George. The authors argue, as the book’s title would suggest, that marriage is the comprehensive union between a man and … Continue reading

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For the Seminarian

A couple of weeks ago I posted a list of my favorite classes at Southern Seminary, any of which I’d highly recommend. Here are six general recommendations for anyone attending or considering seminary. Nobody has asked me for advice, but it’s my blog, … Continue reading

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This Momentary Marriage

What a powerful testimony. 2 Cor 4:17: For  this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison. You can see the original post over at DG.

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