God Saves Sinners

Shane Vander Hart: We are spiritually dead, slaves to sin, and quite literally enemies of God, but, thankfully, God saves sinners.

When The Gospel Was Rediscovered

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.

How Is The Evangelical Church Breaking Apart?

Collin Brendemuehl responds to Peter Wehner’s article “The Evangelical Church Is Breaking Apart” in The Atlantic.

Hero Worship in America

M. Wade: “America wants a hero. You want a hero. I want a hero. The question remains, ‘What sort of hero do you need?'”

Praying The Gospel Way

“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.

Fallacy

G.K. Chesterton: “Fallacies do not cease to be fallacies because they become fashions.”

The Smooth Talking False Gospel

Michael Horton in the third chapter of Christless Christianity sets his sights on the Word of Faith movement, in particular Joel Osteen.

Our God, Our Help In Ages Past

Shane Vander Hart: Not only is God our help for ages past, but He is also our help and hope for today as well!

Why Does The Cross Offend?

Shane Vander Hart: Regarding the offense of the cross here are some words of wisdom from the late British theologian and biblical scholar John R.W. Stott.

The Offense of the Cross

Shane Vander Hart: If what you are teaching and preaching is the true Gospel, it will offend some.

Confusing Law and Gospel

Shane Vander Hart: We can’t ‘live’ the gospel. We can’t ‘do’ the Gospel. We can’t ‘be’ the Gospel. But we can believe it and share it.

Our Natural Heresy

Shane Vander Hart: Michael Horton said Pelagianism is the ‘default setting’ of the human heart and semi-Pelagianism has infiltrated many American churches.

Fear Not

Shane Vander Hart: Isaiah 43 provides a great reminder that whatever challenges we face, difficulties that arise, obstacles that seem to be in our way… we are to fear not.

The Power of God

Stephen Charnock: “God’s power is like Himself: infinite, eternal, incomprehensible; it can neither be checked, restrained, nor frustrated by the creature.”

What Is An Evangelical?

Shane Vander Hart: Evangelicalism is not just white, not Republican, and not monolithic. It is defined by the good news of Jesus Christ as revealed in scripture.

Ephesians 6 Is Not a Call to Arms in the Culture War

Shane Vander Hart: Ephesians 6 does not describe preparation for a fight against a political ideology but preparation for spiritual warfare.