We are, for all our diversity, sons and daughters of Adam and Eve, in need of the one remedy that only Jesus could secure: redemption, the forgiveness of sins.
Does the gospel of Jesus Christ have anything to say regarding how we’re to understand race?
With the hope of heaven, we can be freshly motivated to address issues of race here on earth.
A conversation with Jonathan and Thabiti.
Shockingly, slavery still exists and flourishes today.
The church is lodged in that precarious place of ambiguity and tension between these two ages, and it must live there until Jesus returns, relying only on the Word and Spirit.
A new day is dawning, and we are seeing signs of strong leadership arising from outside the West.
In what sense then is biblical male/female complementarity central and primary to the Christian faith?
Congregational unity attests to the gospel’s power with unique efficacy.
It is now an unexamined assumption in many quarters: the best way to reach people is to be like them.
Whenever anything is substituted for the preaching of the Word, God’s authority is usurped.
How should we evaluate different prescriptions for a successful church? How can we tell what’s good advice and what’s worthy of the so-called circular file?
Where are these Emergent guys getting this stuff? Where do their ideas come from?
The free grace that forgives is also a grace that transforms, turning bad trees which produce bad fruit into good trees which produce good fruit.