With the cultural and political landscape it is easy to be anxious and fall into despair. Dr. Ligon Duncan shares how Christians overcome that temptation.
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.
I decided to retire the Twenty Items posts. A couple of reasons for this… First, it was getting time consuming to find twenty items to post. Second I wanted to highlight links a little more often as I read them. I can’t promise this daily, but it will be more often than weekly. Why Latte […]
God is holy, but what does that mean for us in our daily lives? Continuing with the “God is” series studying the attributes of God, Shane looks at Isaiah 6:1-8 in a sermon given at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola. Don’t forget that you can subscribe to this podcast using a podcatcher or with […]
Are you a functional atheist? Many people profess one thing, but lives reflect an entirely different set of beliefs. Good theology is practical. Much poor theology is reflected in people’s misconceptions of God. Shane Vander Hart kicks off his “God is” series at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola by looking at the Nature of […]
I’d like to get your feedback on this. What comes to mind when you read this statement – “God is sufficient”? Meaning that God is totally and absolutely complete within Himself. He needs nothing. In Paul’s sermon to the men of Athens in the Areopagus. The God who made the world and everything in it, […]
1. Would you like to improve your reading ability? Here are seven pleasurable ways. HT: Jake Bouma 2. Prodigal Jon explores why society tends to picture God as angry in his post “Painting God mad” at Stuff Christians Like. 3. Flatulence is now considered bullying. Jr. High boys of the world… beware! (HT: Nuke) 4. […]
As I’ve blogged on a Biblical framework for the pro-life position we’ve looked at the biblical position that life begins in the womb, we’ve seen that based on God’s ownership we belong to Him – not others, and that God has exclusive prerogative over human life and death. As we build on those Biblical truths […]
I’ve posted on a Biblical basis for personhood of the preborn, and then most recently blogged on God’s ownership of us and His creation. The next thing to look at as we discuss a biblical/theological framework for the pro-life position is the question – who has the prerogative over human life and death? “‘See now […]