Tim Bayly

Pastor of Trinity Reformed Church since 1996, Tim and Mary Lee have five children and lots of grandchildren. Tim's books include "Daddy Tried," The Grace of Shame," "Church Reformed," and "Elders Reformed." Tim spent ten years in the PC(USA) and twenty in the PCA. He's now a member of Evangel Presbytery.

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He descended into Hell: Jesus and the Woke

The women crusaders of Black Lives Matter and MeToo are not bringing about moral reform and progress any more than Carrie Nation’s Prohibition or Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control Movement a century ago. Whatever progress there is comes through full... read more

6th Circuit rules in favor of Christian prof on use of pronouns

Prof. Eric Rasmusen of the IU Kelley School of Business calls attention, today, to the Sixth Court of Appeals review of the lower court decision in Meriwether v. Hartop, et al. The substance of the case is whether a professor addressing students in the classroom of a... read more

David French & Russ Moore defend Beth Moore

On the occasion of the loud pronouncement by Beth Moore by means of mainstream media that she is done with the Southern Baptist Convention, one reader forwarded a long1 piece by former National Review writer David French defending Moore: You can go down entire YouTube... read more

Recommendations: Peter Jones, Cal Beisner, and Doug Wilson

At Warhorn, we work a good bit on sexuality, yet our foundational concern has always been the reform of the church; to calling the sheep to honor their shepherds and those shepherds to the faithful exercise of the authority delegated them by God for the building up... read more

Prof. James K.A. Smith must be silenced

I imagine some might consider my tweet earlier today condemning James Smith, a Calvin philosophy prof, to be harsh. Likely it seems that way to many Christians of our time, but let me explain. Scripture is filled with warnings against false shepherds, false prophets,... read more

Sheep need a shepherd

It’s not my habit to read other people’s tweets or social media posts. I use social media as an extension of my calling to teach and preach and give pastoral care, serving first the souls of my own flock, so it has not been my practice to keep up with... read more

Pornography and work

Have you noticed how much Scripture talks about evil men loving darkness? The second chapter of Proverbs warns against: Those who leave the paths of uprightness to walk in the ways of darkness; who delight in doing evil and rejoice in the perversity of evil. -Proverbs... read more

So many low-hanging antidotes to pornography

Growing up, two things would have my mother showing her fangs. One was any child speaking of himself or someone else being in a bad “mood.” There were no “bad moods.” There was only someone who was impolite and ill-bred. Second, there was no... read more

The antidote to pornography

We were talking together as pastors the other day, weighing what we can do to help our parents protect their children from the wicked influences of today’s entertainment. This is no simple task. The center of a decadent society’s life together is... read more

One pastor’s godly witness in Louisville

Pastor Joseph Spurgeon is a regular preacher and sidewalk counselor/protester outside the abortuary in Louisville. Recently the bloodthirsty ones again got the civil authorities to implement a buffer zone intended to squelch the protesters’ First Amendment... read more

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