Monthly Archives: May 2011

Dr, Dr how dare you!

I see that the Telegraph (link to article) is reporting that a family doctor, Dr Richard Scott, was reprimanded by the General Medical Council for talking to a patient about God.

This kind of thing is happening more often these days. I wonder is that because Christians are becoming bolder or the UK society less tolerant of Christians?

I’d challenge us to consider, how committed Christians should respond to this kind of news story.

Answers below please…

Themelios 36.1

Just had a chance to check out the latest edition of Themelios (Volume 36, Issue 1 May 2011) and as usual, it features some very helpful thoughts and articles. The main entries are below, together with the usual excellent range of book reviews.

D. A. Carson – Editorial: On Abusing Matthew 18
Carl Trueman – Minority Report: Know Your Limits: The Key Secret of Theological Controversy
Keith E. Johnson – Trinitarian Agency and the Eternal Subordination of the Son: An Augustian Perspective
Uche Anizor – A Spirited Humanity: The Trinitarian Ecclesiology of Colin Gunton
Stephen Dempster – Review Article: Magnum Opus and Magna Carta: The Meaning of the Pentateuch
Robert H. Gundry – Pastoral Pensées: The Hopelessness of the Unevangelized

It’s available free online guide in HTML format or PDF.