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Tim Tebow Uses Words At All Times Because They’re Necessary

Great post from Jared Wilson on the recent advice that Tim Tebow’s been getting of late to stop talking about Jesus so much:

There are a few problems with this advice:

  1. It assumes Tim isn’t already “being a good person.”
  2. It assumes one can simply imply the gospel with actions and it be understood.
  3. It assumes that the gospel isn’t offensive, really, but is made so through verbalizing it too much.

All of those assumptions are incorrect. Clearly for Tebow . . . speaking the gospel and demonstrating its implications is not an either/or proposition. He rightly understands you cannot do one without the other.

Read the whole thing.


Also Worth Reading 

Ministry: Tim Suttle on how to shrink your church (very thought provoking post)

Ministry (again): 7 Ways Satan Tries to Destroy a Church

Giveaways: Logos has teamed up with Mark Driscoll to give away a Logos 4 Scholars’ Library. Details are at the link!

Free Stuff: Christian Audio is giving away two free audiobooks this month: From Pearl Harbor to Calvary and A Christmas Carol


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Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:

5 Biblical Names We Won’t Be Using For Our Next Child

Inerrancy and Infallibility: What’s the Difference?

All It Took Was A Question

Book Review: Getting Back in the Race by Joel R. Beeke

A Scriptural Formula For Holy Living

Joel Beeke: Seek Holiness in Christ, Not in Your Experiences of Him

Octavius Winslow: Immanuel: God With Us

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