Blog Update

WTM has posted a couple lengthy reflections. The first is a sermon given on the July 4 weekend regarding the relation between the church and the state. The second is a presentation given on the Lord's Prayer, its purpose and function for the church.

Chris Tilling has started a series going through Gregory MacDonald's The Evangelical Universalist.

And, finally, over at Faith and Theology, Kim Fabricius has posted a fascinating and truly thought-provoking set of ten propositions on penal substitution. In the end, he argues that while a substitutionary atonement may be salvaged, a penal substitutionary atonement must be discarded.