Our churches used to sing about heaven. Now they don’t. And when they do, well, they do it unlike previous generations. Jonathan Leeman chats with Matthew Westerholm of Southern Seminary … keep reading…
Pastors need the hope of heaven at the beginning of their ministry, and they still need it at the end of their ministry. Jonathan Leeman chats with Phil Newton (a pastor … keep reading…
Jonathan chats with Aaron Menikoff about his article from the recent Journal on Heaven, in which he argues that the heavenly minded ought to do the most earthly good.
We asked Mark Dever, “Which books would you recommend churches & small groups read together?” In this short video, he suggests three.
How does what we worship shape our desired political outcomes? In this clip, Jonathan Leeman tries to answer that difficult question.
Belief in conspiracy theories is on the rise, particularly among Christians. Why is this the case? What, if anything, should pastors do about it?
When we think about the relationship between politics and the church, we need to remember that the church and the individual Christian have different jobs and different responsibilities.
Christians ought to put their political hope not in their favorite candidate, but in their local church. Jonathan Leeman explains how the gospel shapes the Christian’s political involvement.
How should Americans in general and Christians in particular understand what the “separation of church and state” means? Jonathan Leeman explains.
Jonathan Leeman explains how good government helps people to hear the gospel.
Jonathan Leeman chats about what the Noahic covenant teaches us about biblical justice.