We may say that Scripture is God’s inerrant word, yet still fail to proclaim it seriously from our pulpits.
If there’s no steady diet of biblical theology, what do our churches and church members really lose?
Walk into Capitol Hill Baptist Church’s “bookstall” and you’ll find these books on biblical theology for sale.
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?”
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.
Where the Men Are Men
Churches have shifted toward a style that is comfortable for the stereotypical woman—at the expense of the stereotypical man.
Today is the age of target marketing. Savvy advertisers constantly ask themselves, "How can we make our product more desirable to the various groups who are presently unaware of its benefits?"
It’s in this vein that Cortland Myers raises the question in his book by the title, "Why do men not go to church?" This is, he says, "one of the burning questions of the hour."
This book is superb. It will train the godly men of today to raise the godly men of tomorrow.