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Supreme Court Set to Rule on Same Sex Marriage; Practical Ministry; Inerrancy; David Platt & Matt Carter on The Exchange |
Morning Roundup 06/26/13
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Many are expecting a ruling today from the Supreme Court. Here are several options before the court.

How the Court Could Rule on Same-Sex MarriageNew York Times

I think it is a good sign to see my 9Marks friends talking about being practical. I'm very thankful for their emphasis on ecclesiology and many other factors, but I'm also concerned that the anti-practical ideas that can come out of such movements are unhelpful. I get it—and Mark Dever tells me all the time—there are lots of practical books and they are trying to pull the other way. But, they are now big enough and have been around long enough that there is another danger—a whole group of pastors with no practical-mindedness who have convinced themselves that the practical does not need to be considered—and even studied. This article will help.

When Is Pragmatism Prudent? -- Jamie Dunlop

Here's a helpful look at a term I use and appreciate: inerrancy.

Why I Don't Hate the Word 'Inerrancy' -- Andrew Wilson

Recently on The Exchange, I had the privilege of hosting both Matt Carter and David Platt on the same show. We will have clips from the show up real soon on their own page, but here is the complete episode. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

David Platt & Matt Carter on The Exchange

Posted:June 26, 2013 at 6:00 am

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