Contextual Preaching is a helpful post by Ed Stetzer that discusses how to preach the intent of the text with the audience in view.
Pulpit Magazine is back in action, though not on their new website as of yet (see here and here), and Phil Johnson has started things off with a bang in his seven part series on Calvinism.
For a more in-depth analysis and critique of “The John 3:16 Conference,” than in my previous post, I would recommend the links below as Todd Burus has done a fantastic job recounting his experience there. As before the following list will be updated as Todd adds new posts. Timmy Brister has also provided a thorough recap of noteworthy blog postings as well as some insights of his own here.
Total Depravity by Dr. Paige Patterson and Overview
Unconditional Election by Dr. Richard Land
Limited Atonement by Dr. David Allen (Part 1)
Limited Atonement by Dr. David Allen (Part 2)
Irresistible Grace by Dr. Steve Lemke
Perseverance of the Saints by Dr. Ken Keathley
As America, and much of the world, awaits the outcome of the election here are two articles that I hope prove to be helpful as you reflect on this election and elections to come. These articles represent a balance that I think is lost in most pulpits around election season when many pastors preach the gospel of this kingdom and abandon the gospel of the Kingdom. I am glad that Piper, Driscoll, and many like them have kept the focus on the true gospel and provided us with a biblical perspective of politics.
Mark Driscoll – In God We Do Not Trust
John Piper – Let Christians Vote As Though They Were Not Voting