Sam Allberry gave a profound two-minute defense of biblical sexual ethics applied to identity and marriage before the General Synod of the Church of England.
Pastor Ryan Jorgensen, the senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Des Moines, provides our featured sermon from John 14:1-11 – “One Way to Heaven.”
Tim Keller, Russell Moore and Kevin DeYoung how the Church can subvert the cultural narrative of sexuality that has shifted rapidly over the last few years.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) gave a remarkable response to an atheist in Iowa who asked if he wanted to be Commander-in-Chief or Pastor-in-Chief.
In the wake of the San Bernardino shootings liberals now mock politicians who say they are praying for the victims, but God is the only One who can fix this.
Shane Vander Hart: The doctrine of election is something that is hard to understand, and even harder to reconcile with our cultural idea of “fairness.”
Brian Myers: We have entertainment galore in our culture and churches followed suit, but can we say we have an equal emphasis on the gospel of Jesus Christ?
Brian Myers: The bad news of our human condition as sinners needs to be communicated before the good news of redemption in Christ makes sense.
Culture wars never end. That is why the gospel of redemption in Christ must be taken everywhere. It transforms the lost & the world in which they live.
Initially, let me tell you what I believe about the nation of Israel, so that I will not be misunderstood. (I’ve been called an anti-Semite twice in my life, both times for suggesting that people of Jewish descent need to hear the gospel.) I support the right of the nation of Israel to exist. I […]
Personally I hate the term “culture wars;” I’m not at war with those whom I disagree. I am not battling with those with opposing yard signs or who vote differently than I do. I can resonate to a point with younger evangelicals’ tiredness of such rhetoric even if I don’t agree with their response. I […]
Paul caught my attention with an older post of Al Mohler’s that I thought was worth revisiting. Dr. Mohler answers the question why moralism is not the Gospel and why so many Christians think it is: …one of the most seductive false gospels is moralism. This false gospel can take many forms and can emerge […]
I attended a “Sticky Faith” seminar yesterday with Kara Powell from Fuller Youth Institute in Pasadena, CA. At issue is the “great graduation evacuation” that we see from youth leaving the church after graduating high school. She noted from a study that they have done that 2 of 5 high school graduates will drift from […]
Puritan Minister Cotton Mather (1663-1728) said in one of his writings, “What Must I Do To Be Saved?” of the Gospel: And what Better, what other Answer can be given, (Other Foundation can no man Lay!) to this Question, but what the Apostles of God gave to it of old? When the poor man said […]
Gerrit Cornelis Berkouwer (1903-1996) was a pastor in the Reformed Church in the Netherlands and chair of Systematic Theology at the Free University of Amsterdam wrote in his book, Faith and Sanctification, about what the Gospel is and isn’t. Always, when the Scriptures exhort the believer to be as Christ, they point to the act […]
Scottish-born theologian and professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, John Murray (1898-1975), makes a poignant statement about the Gospel. From the Collected Writings of John Murrary Volume 2: Systematic Theology: We are compelled to reach the conclusion that it is by virtue of our having died with Christ, and our being raised with […]