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.
If you meet a missionary who’s very excited about methods and strategies and workbooks, but they don’t seem to ever talk about the Bible—run away.
I disagree with something my pastor said. What should I do?
Christian, what do you have that you didn’t receive? Everything good you have, God says he gave you (1 Cor. 4:7). So why do you boast like you didn’t receive it from him?
Originally recorded October 1999 at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, in Washington D. C.
Pastor Nick Roark reflects on 1 Thessalonians 2:7.
What does John Folmar — the senior pastor of United Christian Church of Dubai in the Middle East — want to say to American churches and missions organizations?
Pastors, here are two things you should do that will set your church up well for the future, long after you’re gone.
Mark Vroegop discusses how churches can share the gospel during the coronavirus pandemic.
Jonathan Leeman considers the challenges the coronavirus poses to church polity and how pastors can maintain biblical fidelity in the midst of the pandemic.