Shane Vander Hart: Christian psychologist and radio personality Dr. James Dobson called for a day of prayer and fasting in order to prevent the potential impeachment of President Donald Trump. Is this something we should pray for?
Collin Brendemuehl: Just two hundred years of church history says a great deal about who we are. The more history we read the more we understand ourselves. With the proper attitude, the more this understanding can help us correct ourselves and fix our errors.
Collin Bredemuehl: Can bad theology create a false flag? Can bad theology create a situation where someone else deceived so that they would sin as the seeming right choice?
Shane Vander Hart: It’s one thing to acknowledge past homosexual sin and same-sex attraction, but quite another to identify oneself by it.
Collin Brendemuehl: There is a lot of good reading in Kuiper’s works. The premillennial theologian might learn something for his correction and improvement.
Shane Vander Hart: If you are not sure what to be thankful for today, let your heart echo the Puritan author of this prayer from The Valley of Vision.
Martin Luther wrote in his famous hymn, “A mighty fortress is our God, A bulwark never failing; Our helper he amid the flood, Of mortal ills prevailing.”
Shane Vander Hart: The Reformers rediscovered the Gospel, and we must keep it the center of our churches, our families, our worship, and our lives.
Sunday morning is described as the most segregated time in the week. Shane Vander Hart discusses why that is and shares five thoughts on how to address it.
Shane Vander Hart: Following Jesus and having and living a Biblical worldview do not conflict with one another. They are one in the same.
Shane Vander Hart: Former President Barack Obama’s tweets quoting Nelson Mandela about love offer a beautiful sentiment, but are theologically flawed.
“The Gospel Way” offers a theologically rich guide to praise God for His salvation and pray that it will permeate every aspect of our life.
Calvinist, a soon-to-be released documentary by Les Lanphere is about a new generation discovering the rich theology brought to us by the Reformation.
Senate Chaplain Peter Marshall prayed a prayer in 1947 in the chamber of the U.S. Senate that we should pray for our elected officials today.
The very first question of the Heidelberg Catechism asks, “What is your only comfort in life and death?” The answer you give is of eternal importance.
This week’s featured sermon is Sinclair Ferguson preaching from Hebrews 2:10-18 and 8:1-2 addressing Christ-Centered Worship at the 2017 Basics Conference.