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Mixed Drinks and God’s Word: The Ordering of Law and Gospel

“The Gospel is 100% ‘Yes,’ and if There’s a Hint of ‘No,’ then It’s all ‘No.'”

God’s Two Words: An Introduction

Very pleased to share the following introduction to the new collection edited by our friend Dr. Jono Linebaugh, God’s Two Words—which hit shelves last week. On October 4, 1529, Martin Luther wrote a letter to his wife. He was in Marburg at the urging of Landgrave Philip of Hesse, who had brought together several leading […]

NYC Preview: The Uglier Ditch: First Century Love in the Present Tense

This session will be led by none other than the Dr. Jono Linebaugh. To register for the conference today, click here. I have a question. “God is love” (1 John 4:8). That’s not a question, but it raises one—the one. That “God is love” is a confession grounded in the cross of Jesus Christ: “This […]

The Quest for the Historical Carpenter Kitty

This one comes to us from our esteemed friend Jono Linebaugh: The early stages of my theological education felt a bit like being on a Bubba-Gump Shrimp boat with Lieutenant Dan. Reimarus, Weiss, Schweitzer, Käsemann, Borg, Crossan, Wright, Allison – the works of these scholars raised a question: “Have you found Jesus yet, Jono?” My […]

Another Week Ends: Religious Justice, Self-Esteem Pathologies, WWE SummerSlam, and Jealous Partners

1)  Well, if you planned on taking your kids to see Planes, thinking it would be the aviary of the Cars legacy, think again. As it has happened before, Pixar has created something seemingly unrepeatable, except unto itself (and unto scripture), and the Atlantic tells us what it is. Luke Epplin says it is the […]

Another Week Ends: Successful Blueprints, Redemptive Politicians, Don Draper’s Truth, Marital Advice, Humanist Blasphemy, Mavis Staples, Bono, and Dropping Keys

1. This is embarrassing to admit. As much as I love The Replacements, it is The Wilson Quarterly that has truly been rocking my world this past week. Two articles in particular, both from their Spring issue, are worth mentioning here. First, there’s Sarah Courteau’s “Feel Free to Help Yourself”, in which the author surveys […]

When Jono Met Paul: A Short Discussion on Grace in Practice

LIBERATE gave us quite a gift on Friday! It only takes 10 minutes to unwrap. Amazing:

Jono and Paul-Vimeo HD from Coral Ridge | LIBERATE on Vimeo.

Beyond Imperatives: A Must Read on the Law

There is an amazing post entitled “Luther on Law” over at our good friend Tullian Tchividjian’s blog which is written by another good friend of Mockingbird, Jono Linebaugh. As many of you know, there has been an ongoing discussion about the relationship between law and gospel over at the Gospel Coalition. Recently Jono was asked to […]