Conversations about politics are often emotionally charged. We disagree because our consciences are calibrated differently. So how can we still love each other?
When you and your fellow pastors don’t think unanimously about a practical shepherding issue, you should disagree with your fellow pastors with love and respect and without any anger or bitterness.
Pastoring in a Pandemic, Episode 16: COVID-19 & The Crisis of Christian Conscience (with Andy Naselli)By A. Naselli, J. Leeman | 05.25.2020
COVID-19 has presented a host of issues over which well-meaning Christians will disagree. Moving forward, our churches need to be filled with humble Christians who have biblical understanding of the conscience. Jonathan Leeman and Andy Naselli discuss.
Eve in Exile is a timely, wise, witty, and motivating analysis of biblical womanhood and complementarianism.
Pastor, are you regularly indulging in pornography and rationalizing to yourself why it’s okay for you to do that? If that describes you, then you are in danger.
It matters how you treat those who disagree with you on disputable matters. When you welcome them as Christ has welcomed you, you glorify God.
This book wrestles with the key texts on the people of God throughout Scripture, shrewdly synthesizes the themes, and warmly applies it to God’s people today.
So when the Bible speaks of hell-fire, woe to us if we say, “It’s only a symbol.” If it is a symbol at all, it means the reality is worse than fire, not better.
Despite the disproportionate space given to them, the alleged weaknesses are relatively peripheral to McCune’s thesis, which he argues convincingly.