Sunday, February 24, 2008

And Then There Were Three

I would like to introduce our readers to the latest addition to our staff here at Bring the Books... Jason Grabulis. Jason is an M.Div student at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson Mississippi. He grew up in the D.C. area and moved south after he got out of the military. After graduating with a B.A. in Biblical Studies with an emphasis in New Testament Greek, Jason headed to Knox Theological Seminary in Florida. However, after a year and a half of study the seminary abandoned its commitment to the historic Reformed confessions and so Jason transferred to RTS. In fact, he has a blog that informs the Reformed community as to what is going on at Knox, read it here. Jason has been married for about 12 years and has a beautiful and vivacious little girl.

I am sure that he will be a great addition to the staff here. His theological insights are deep and his grasp of Church history is outstanding. He will fill in some of the gaps and add to the overall breadth at Bring the Books... We are very exited to have him join and we are sure that our readers will be blessed by his contributions to this site. I would like to be the first, but I hope not the last, to welcome Jason to Bring the Books..., welcome!


  1. Let me be the second. Welcome, Jason. I'm looking forward to reading your thoughts!

  2. Just to set the record straight, here is how we at Bring the Books do things:

    Adam: Pop culture afficionado who knows how to repeat stuff he hears from John Piper and R.C. Sproul.

    Jason: The dependable authority on Reformed theology. A straight-shooter with what I'm told is a great sense of humor and taste in music.

    Josh: The debater. The junkyard dog who would only win in a "gentleman's fight."

  3. I am not sure if that is a complement or not.?.?.?

  4. What I'm really doing is painting each of us into a 2-Dimensional corner.

    Well... I can see how "junkyard dog" might be offensive. Well, just think of that Calvin quote about the dog biting his master's enemies, and it becomes a compliment.

  5. I do not mind being painted into a "2-Dimensional corner."

    I just wish my 2-Dimensional corner was as cool as yours and Jason's.

  6. And my favorite Protestant, Magisterial Reformer was Martin Luther King Jr.

  7. I'm pretty sure that U2 wrote a song about him.

  8. I would also like to welcome you Jason. I look forward to reading your posts sir.

    On a completely different note, the Mormons finally came by my door Tuesday for the first time since Carrie and I moved into this house. I was very excited. They are supposedly going to bring me a free copy of the Book of Mormon (I do not have one yet). I hope that I did not put them off to much when I told them that I was not going to pray the Moronei (spelling?) prayer -- i.e. pray earnestly to Christ to reveal the truths of the book of Mormon -- because I was already convinced of who Christ is and what he did. I did not know what else to tell them, but I asked for the book of Mormon to be brought to me so that I could talk to them on a more knowledgeable basis of what it says. I do not know why I mentioned that here, except that I was excited and I know you guys would appreciate witnessing to Mormons.


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