Well, here it is, Volume 52 of “Links I Like.” One year of reading and sharing and encouraging other writers to continue writing and influencing others with the gospel. That’s my aim with this series. My goal remains to read and share as much as I can, so others can see vast array of glory that’s contained in God’s gospel of grace.
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Please enjoy this fresh collection of links — I hope they are as encouraging to you as they have been to me.
In the firestorm that’s erupted in the wake of Tullian Tchividjian’s resignation from Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, what has been most devastating to see is the general (and ironic) lack of grace given his way. The preacher of grace has now been turned into a pariah, outcast by the very people he proclaimed God’s one-way love to. Amongst the cadre of reactions and takes on this scandal, by far, this one offered by David Zahl is my favorite.