Housewife Theologian

The Gospel Interrupting the Ordinary

Husband-Training

Train up a husband in the way that he should go, And when he matures, you get the credit. Oh wait, that’s not how the verse goes? Are you sure? Because sometimes I think that well-intentioned wives operate from this mantra. I’m not sure if it all started with the changes the Industrial Revolution made […]

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Something to Hold Fast

“Let us hold fast to the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful” (Heb. 10:23). We are plodding through Hebrews in the women’s Bible study at my church (yes, still!). I started in February, and we are now inching our way through the “hall of faith” in chapter eleven. Arthur […]

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Reading Reflection:

An Exposition of Hebrews, Arthur W. Pink (Baker, 20th printing, 2004) The book of Hebrews is chocked full of Old Testament passages interpreted in light of Christ’s life, death, resurrection, and ascension. In Hebrews 2:3, we see a quote from Psalm 18:2. This excerpt from Pink has been one that I have been meditating over: […]

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Reading Reflection:

Chaos and Grace, Mark Galli (Baker Books, 2011) Christians use the word faith as abundantly as there are grains of sand, but its thrust may be just as hard for us to grasp as a handful of that bountiful beach. We say we are saved by grace through faith, but is our salvation based on […]

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