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We can only offer our youth the gospel rest of being justified in Christ if we ourselves are experiencing and demonstrating it.

Greg Meyer
Friday, April 8th 2022

In high school I engaged in the unfortunate practice of reading Spark Notes summaries of books instead of actually reading them. However, one of the books I did read was The Stranger (1944) by Albert Camus. The absurdism and existential themes of the novel and its protagonist Meursault arrested me and was a shock to […]

Greg Meyer
Tuesday, October 20th 2020

I have been a suburbanite my whole life. Though I have lived within the orbit of several large cities, I have never lived in an urban context. Though I have momentarily lived in the country, I do not have an innate sense for rural life. Because of this, among other things, I am well-versed in […]

Greg Meyer
Thursday, May 21st 2020

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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