For today's post, I want to link over to Dan Phillips' recent article on A.W. Pink.
As Dan points out, Pink is fondly thought of by many in the Reformed/Calvinist camp for his book on the sovereignty of God. But Pink was also a man of many quirks and inconsistencies, especially in the latter period of his life when he basically cut himself off from all Christian fellowship and accountability.
And THAT, my friends, is the main part of Dan's post, as I see it. Look beyond Pink to the larger issue. Do we really give God glory as believers by living lives of disobedience to Him?
I think not.