The entire structure of Christian truth is now under attack by those who would subvert Christianity’s theological integrity.
Why should Christian organizations draw boundaries at all?
We are justified by faith alone, but a justifying faith produces Christians who look more and more like the God they worship.
The quest for unity around personalities and preachers . . . is never lasting, although it may seem to have short-lived success.
Our love for the gospel is most clear when we delight to see it prosper . . . when other people will be viewed as the human agents of its success.
One must differentiate between fundamentalism as an idea and fundamentalism as a movement.
Salvation is of grace, from beginning to end.
Behind the centrality of expositional preaching is the assumption of the authority and truthfulness of God’s Word.
So what do we make of narrative preaching?
Those who preach should preach their Bibles.
I want to approach the topic of application slightly differently: not only are there different kinds of hearers, there are also different kinds of application.
My greatest fear for the removal of authoritative preaching from the congregation is that the Scriptures themselves will cease to be treated as authoritative.
I am convinced that the complementarian position will strengthen the church in her God given-role to proclaim and protect the gospel.
It’s always better to address potential problems than actual ones, and it’s better to be proactive than reactive.