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on worship, singing, and the gathered church

It’s not a particularly new concern, but I think the current state of singing in churches is something that needs attention. My own context is a relatively independent evangelical Protestant church with little history or tradition beyond the past 10-15 years, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, R. P. Martin

Today is the birthday of my doktorvater, Ralph P. Martin. He has had a long and distinguished career in the field of New Testament studies, marked in particular by his seminal work on Philippians 2.5-11, published now by IVP as … Continue reading

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