Blogging Bridges: Where Do We Go From Here?

Being that it’s Friday, and I haven’t posted in a couple weeks on Respectable Sins, I figured I would update y’all. Ken and I have had a busy couple weeks – Ken especially with traveling to the Big D for the PCA General Assembly. Today he posted on the final chapter in the book, called “Where Do We Go From Here?” You can find it over yonder at the New Covenant PCA blog. You can read the post by clicking here. If you didn’t get a chance to read the book or follow along with us, I still highly recommend reading it. You can buy it for a good price at Westminster Bookstore here.

The last chapter was a good wrap-up of the book, though I agree with Ken in saying that the issues brought up in the book (namely rooting out our subtle or respectable sins and realizing just how big a deal sin is in our lives) should not be forgotten with the closing of the book. For me, the book was very good at showing me how “good” of a sinner I am, and how much I am in need of a Saviour.

We have something in the works for our next blogging book “project,” so stay tuned.

If you want to trace the posts on Respectable Sins from beginning to end, here is a convenient link list for you:

Intro: Whatever Happened to Sin?
Chapter 1: Ordinary Saints
Chapter 2: The Disappearance of Sin
Chapter 3: The Malignancy of Sin
Chapter 4: The Remedy for Sin
Chapter 5: The Power of the Holy Spirit
Chapter 6: Directions for Dealing with Sin
Chapter 7: Ungodliness
Chapter 8: Anxiety and Frustration
Chapter 9: Discontentment
Chapter 10: Unthankfulness
Chapter 11: Pride
Chapter 12: Selfishness
Chapter 13: Self-Control
Chapter 14: Impatience and Irritability
Chapter 15: Anger
Chapter 16: The Weeds of Anger
Chapter 17: Judgmentalism
Chapter 18: Envy, Jealousy, and Related Sins
Chapter 19: The Tongue
Chapter 20: Worldliness
Chapter 21: Where Do We Go From Here?


One thought on “Blogging Bridges: Where Do We Go From Here?

  1. I hope you realize that your post included the [words] ‘y’all’ and ‘yonder’ (you also forgot the ‘t’ in ‘still’). You and Liz need to accelerate proceedings to move back north for a good grammatical cleansing.


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