>Academic Generalist

>Carl Trueman, professor at Westminster Theological Seminary, has a great post (actually it looks like it'll be a short series of posts) In Praise of Generalists. He demoans the overly specialized approach to academics, writing, "...NT studies shows no signs of running out of topics. All that happens is that the topics become narrower and … Continue reading >Academic Generalist

>Sometimes Older is Better

>This week I've been working on a sermon on Romans 7:14-25. I've poured through three relatively newer commentaries on Romans. They were good and helpful, but the biggest help was the fourth - an old commentary by Charles Hodge first published in 1835! Clear, pastoral, not overly dense, wonderful.I've had a reading project in mind … Continue reading >Sometimes Older is Better