The Only Sane Man in Gerasenes—An Excerpt

This is a selection from our new book by Dr. Wade Johnston, “A Path Strewn With Sinners” (p. 33-36)—a short sermonic/devotional […]
September 14, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston

Luther’s Bondage of the Will: An Uncompromising Gospel

Luther’s Bondage of the Will has made people uncomfortable since he wrote it, even people in his inner circle. Luther […]

A Confessing Church

A confessing church is a confident church. It’s not perpetually on the defense. It has no thought police. It needs […]
August 09, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston

Luther’s Heidelberg Disputation

Luther wrote the theses of his Heidelberg Disputation as an explanation of his teaching and theological method. He presented them […]

Lord, To Whom Shall We Go?

John 6:60-69Lord, to whom shall we go? My cohost on my podcast, Let the Bird Fly!, likes to argue that […]

When the Last Becomes First, and First Becomes Last

The Book of Esther was written while the Jews were in captivity in Persia. Why were they there? They had […]

The Lord’s Dogs Aren’t Too Proud to Beg

Whew! Jesus had nerve. Ask ten pastors and you’ll get ten pastors who’ll tell you they’d never speak to dear […]

Jesus, Be Jesus for Me

“O good Jesus, may you also be Jesus for me.” This is how Johann Gerhard begins his meditation on the […]
April 13, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston

The Only Sane Man in Town

Mark 5:1-20 They came to the other side of the sea, to the country of the Gerasenes. And when Jesus […]
March 29, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston

I do believe; help my unbelief!

Mark 9:14-29I do believe; help my unbelief! Mark’s Gospel is fun—lots of fun. In Mark’s Gospel, do you know what […]
March 16, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston