These are two distinct interviews done by Nick Batzig at the Twin Lakes Fellowship. The first is with Iain Campbell on the Song of Solomon. The second is with Jon Payne on Reformed worship. Good, edifying, Sabbath listening.
To Kevin DeYoung, who writes at the Gospel Coalition (with Justin Taylor, Tullian Tchividjian, Mike Pohlman and others) to Darryl Hart, who writes Old Life, and to Nick Batzig (and the guys), who writes at Feeding on Christ, for making a couple Zondervan’s . . . Continue reading →
We’re resuming the series on antinomianism and we’re talking with Nick Batzig, pastor of New Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA) in the Savannah area. Nick blogs at Feeding On Christ. He’s also on Twitter. He recently wrote a provocative essay on the third . . . Continue reading →
The other reason why I prefer the term Household Baptist to Infant Baptist is that it keeps the evangelistic focus of the church in view. I sometimes fear that the most ardent supporters of infant baptism become too inward focused. They have . . . Continue reading →
Over the past decade a floodwater of cultural change in our country has occurred, leaving a massive impact on the church in America. Twenty years ago, there was a push to address the issue of mercy ministry and evangelism in our churches. . . . Continue reading →