Tag Archives: The Gospel Coalition

Billy Graham’s Rule – misusing it to hold back women and men of God

[Kelly Ladd Bishop writes today’s guest post on a well known rule, and how it (like rules generally) gets in the way of people following God and doing the work he’s called them to do.] *** Recently a reporter noted … Continue reading

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Oppressing Women – a Coalition Built on False Premises

You read some things on line and know something’s off but can’t quite put your finger on it: The first thing I saw was that they equate a right understanding of doctrine with trust in God, and a wrong understanding … Continue reading

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A Plea To The Gospel Coalition: living up to your name

Coalitions are best able to pursue their goal when widely based. When a group chooses to use the word coalition in its title, it conveys the sense that the group is choosing to join with a broad spectrum of other … Continue reading

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When Justice Is Too Narrow – a response to John Piper and The Gospel Coalition

The Gospel Coalition released a one minute video of John Piper speaking on justice and grace at a recent conference. The enthusiasm about God’s grace is infectious, and I appreciate his encouragement to embrace that grace. His take on justice, … Continue reading

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Is Hospitality Lacking at The Gospel Coalition?

I left a comment at The Gospel Coalition the other day complimenting this article’s call for pastors to support gifted women teachers, and I suggested those same pastors should also consider sitting under the teaching of those gifted women. I … Continue reading

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