God calls us today—the very imperfect people who compose his Church—to the task of displaying the glory of his perfect character
My analogy didn’t have the intended effect, or perhaps it did, for he quickly retorted, “You’re not actually trying to convert people, are you?”
Throughout the Bible and the history of the church, God has used the witness of the church to draw people to himself.
What we should be doing, however, is looking at the culture—whether high or low—and asking the question, “At what points is this antithetical to the Word of God?”
What is worship? What does it mean to worship God? And what does worship have to do with the unity that should exist in the body of Christ?
As Christians, and especially as fellow church members, we are accountable for each other.
How should we react to unrepentant sin in the church?
Can you recall the last time you were deeply disappointed by another church member? What about the last time you felt like a church let you down?
What does it mean to have healthy relationships in the church? Why should we care?
Biblical theology is an attempt to understand the whole Bible as Christian scripture telling the story of Christ.
We may say that Scripture is God’s inerrant word, yet still fail to proclaim it seriously from our pulpits.
I don’t think it’s individualistic, overly cerebral, or beholden to Western legal categories for me to want to know what you think about God.
When have you seen acts of hospitality commend the gospel to outsiders?
Even with the Christian church’s spotty record, we ignore the past at our own peril.