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*Posted by Winston Hottman **This piece orginally appeared at the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. According to Merriam-Webster, perfectionism can be defined as follows: A disposition to regard anything short of perfection as unacceptable; especially the setting of unrealistically demanding … Continue reading
*Posted by Brandon Smith. This post originally appeared at Project TGM. The picture to the left is my daughter, Harper Grace Smith, on March 29, 2013. In this photo and subsequent photos and videos, we were shown her developed vital … Continue reading
*Guest post by Michael Cooper. Michael serves as Assistant to the President at Criswell College where he is also pursuing a degree in Biblical Studies and Languages. In a 2012 New York Times article entitled Strong Marriages and Economies an intriguing point … Continue reading
*Posted by Winston Hottman Our contributing editor, Brandon Smith, has an article up at The Gospel Coalition where he discusses the four lessons he is learning as a soon-to-be dad. It’s worth checking out!
*Posted by Daisy Reynolds. Daisy is the Assistant Director of Academic Affairs at Criswell College where she is also studying for a Master of Divinity. A study of “little emperors” was recently published in the Science journal. The term “little … Continue reading
*Posted by Brandon Smith. Brandon is the Editor of Project TGM, a freelance writer, and works in Enrollment Services at Criswell College. Connect with him on Twitter. It has long been stated that 50% of marriages in America lead to … Continue reading
*Posted by Winston Hottman At the Baptist Press, Dr. Russell Moore explains how Christians should react to the so-called “war on Christmas”: That ought not make us angry. It ought to instead give us an opportunity to understand how we … Continue reading
*Posted by Barry Creamer Worldwide, more than half of marriages are arranged. Some people automatically assume the practice to be a violation of human rights—something of a barbaric throwback to the cave where the terms “swinging” and “the club” were … Continue reading
*Posted by Winston Hottman At the 9Marks blog, Jonathan Leeman offers some practical advice for how churches should respond to domestic violence: How should a church respond to the case of a husband abusing his wife, or man his daughter? … Continue reading
*Posted by Winston Hottman Citing various testimonies of church fathers, Charles Pope argues that the early church’s teaching against abortion is clear. His list of quotations ranges primarily from the 2nd through the 4th centuries. In doing research for an … Continue reading