Readers of the Decablog probably assume we just forgot about the blog altogether, but we’ve actually been busy writing a book. In Praise of Old Guys will be released on April 20th at wrathandgrace.com or amazon.com.
Our newest guest Decablogger Doug Van Dorn has a new book out on Reformed Baptist Covenant Theology. Check it out!
It has always been our intention to invite others to contribute to The Decablog. Over the next days and weeks we’ll be starting that process, as we add new men to our About page and begin to post their articles. By doing this we are able expand the amount of content we produce without sacrificing the quality we have been striving for in our posts, as well as partner with some of our friends we would like to introduce to our existing readers.
Through these men, we may also expand our own reach to various readers who are coming into contact with The Decablog for the first time. If so, welcome! We write on a variety of topics as Protestant Evangelical Christians from a specifically Reformed Baptist point of view. It is our goal to offer a positive and edifying contribution to the online Christian conversation from a somewhat unique theological context. We welcome your comments and appreciate your time in reading our site.
Our first guest Decablogger is Pastor Doug Van Dorn, who will begin an extended series on Christ in the Old Testament in the days to come. Welcome Doug! Here’s his bio:
Saved early, forgiven often. Doug celebrated 20 years of marriage to Janelle in 2014. They have four beautiful girls. Doug holds the MDiv from Denver Seminary and has pastored the Reformed Baptist Church of Northern Colorado since 2002. He currently serves on the Administrative Council of the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America. He has authored two books: Waters of Creation: A Biblical-Theological Study of Baptism and Giants: Sons of the Gods (A Reformed guy writing on giants, really). Doug was among the first thousand people to have climbed all 54 14,000 ft. peaks in Colorado. He’s also climbed Mt. Rainier (WA) and Mt. Shasta (CA). Unlike the Nicks, Doug still understands that west is best, just look at the direction a person had to walk to enter the Temple! Visit Doug’s personal website here.