Which Paul Is It? An Argument for Paul’s Christian Experience in Romans 7:14-25

Romans 7:14-25 is one of the most debated passages in the Bible. There are three major positions that have vied for interpretational prominence over the years. One view sees Paul's description of his struggle with sin as his pre-conversion experience. The other sees Paul's description as his post-conversion experience. A third---articulated by Martyn Lloyd-Jones---argues that we ask … Continue reading Which Paul Is It? An Argument for Paul’s Christian Experience in Romans 7:14-25

With Christ in the Cambodian Killing Fields

In the spring of 1975, the Communist Party of Kampuchea---more popularly known as the Khmer Rouge---took official control of Cambodia. Pol Pot, a Marxist driven by visions of a pure socialist state and his desire to rebuild his country, led a revolutionary army into unlikely power and immediately began to implement his plans for a better Cambodia. For … Continue reading With Christ in the Cambodian Killing Fields