Jenna Ellis: We can’t accurately answer the question of “who do you say government is?” without answering “who do you say Jesus is?” first.
Mike Ericson: We must consider and take to heart the relation between the right to self defense and, for those capable, the duty of it.
Hill: Appraisal of the Bible by accepting human theories, postulates, and presuppositions as ultimate certainty destroys the divine character of the Bible.
Kelvey Vander Hart: We must engage our culture in light of the Supreme Court decision on marriage with truth and love.
David Shedlock: There are many Bible verses using the metaphor of light and they all have the interpretation principle of “first use” in common.
Shane Vander Hart: We can go to a church that has great biblical preaching and still come away empty if our hearts are not right before God.
Shane Vander Hart: The Bible is God’s love letter to us, so we must, as Ryken notes, heed God’s warnings, trust God’s promises, and obey God’s commands.
Shane Vander Hart: The Bible, not some fallible external source or our internal compass, is the authority on which we must rely. It is our guide for life.
Shane Vander Hart: Though Jesus came in the likeness of sinful flesh, He speaks with divine authority and His every word is of crucial importance to us.
Shane Vander Hart: Our understanding of culture should come from the Bible instead of allowing our understanding of the Bible to come from the world.
Brian Myers: In order to be truly “Evangelical”, the person or thing it describes must have the Bible in view as the final authority.
Brian Myers: We unapologetically assert that our Christian faith is paramount in our thinking with respect to law, government, and public policy.
Tom Hill takes a closer look at Dr. Timothy Keller’s position regarding our origins critiquing his article “Creation, Evolution and Christian Laypeople.”
Atheist Richard Dawkins, a renowned evolutionary biologist and no friend of Christianity, wants people to read the King James Bible but for different reasons than you might think. In his article entitled Why I want all our children to read the King James Bible (May 19, 2012), Dawkins shares three reasons to support his statement. […]
My oldest daughter is due to deliver our first grand-baby in about seven weeks. The Sorensen household is quite excited about all this; “Future Grandma” is only on the ground because I’ve weighted her pockets with lead; otherwise, she floats about three to four feet above the ground with baby ideas and gifts and visits […]
This is a book review I find myself not wanting to write. It’s not because I disliked the book or found it harmful or flat out “wrong.” No, it’s because I found the book to not be what I expected. It’s also a college-level book, perhaps an advanced college-level sociology book and this is what […]