David Westerfield

Theology, Culture, Technology, Reviews, and Other Commentary

‘Personal’

Welcome to the New Blog!

After hours of tedious work moving blogs over from the old platform and customizing the look and feel, here’s the new blog. Hope you enjoy it. The search function works way better than the last one as well, so check it out! For those of you who connected via the RSS feed on the old… Read More

Happy New Year!

Wow, 2008 went by fast with a lot of dramatic events. I pray this year is productive for the church in ministering the Gospel to a dying world, that the Lord would continue to prod us all toward holiness and, that by His grace, we would find the final freedom and acceptance in the promises… Read More

A Honest Criticism of My Own Life

(Original): http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/art … l?id=69230 (Archived): http://www.westerfunk.net/archives/theo … 0Humility/ After reading this article by Keller, and reading more in The Discipline of Grace by Jerry Bridges, I feel like too many times, what I write on here fits the mold of what Keller and Bridges describe, and this is deeply convicting to me. After reading Keller’s… Read More

The Downside to Blogging

One thing I have increasingly observed and noticed among people who comment or send me messages is that they perceive my blog to be my entire summed up thinking. In all reality, this site is like 1/10 (perhaps an even higher ratio, like 1/15) of my total summed up spiritual life. That is to say,… Read More

Top Webcam Email Alerts

I’m a nerd. I’m not afraid to hide it, clearly. As a nerd, I love technology. I have a webcam setup at home for security reasons, pointed across my front yard to catch possible intruders that wish to invade my property or cause other harm. I have a threshold setup on the software I run… Read More

More Christian Mysticism Stuff

This was a question posed that has been going around: “Do you see anything in these lyrics that’s not scripturally correct? ‘I believe there are angels among us Sent down to us from somewhere up above They come to you and me in our darkest hours To show us how to live, to teach us… Read More