— How does nominating new elders work when I’m the only elder? — Does having an American flag on stage obscure the message of the gospel?
— Looking at Genesis 2:18–20, would you say women are designed to help their husbands or everyone with a special focus on their husbands?
All around us, from pulpits, to newspapers, to pop culture, we are surrounded by bad ways of thinking about religion and politics. How should Christian think about these things?
The greatest blessing of the Korean church is also its greatest challenge: numerical success.
The topics of marriage and family necessarily involve society in matters which the state will need to regulate.
Our churches aren’t more than 300 yards from each other. One is a white church. One is a black church.
—Why do churches discipline for sins like homosexuality and adultery but not other sins like gluttony or vanity or greed? —Would you do pre-marital counseling for two unbelievers? If so, what would you cover?
The Christ we share is more important to us than the politics we don’t.
In a pagan culture, sexual freedom and abortive freedom is religious freedom.
Week #10—What Christians Should Ask of Government: To Treat People Equally (Justice and Identity Politics)By Jonathan Leeman | 11.03.2016
This week we will mediate on the government’s job to treat all God-imagers equally as God-imagers.
20 years ago, Rosaria Butterfield was a tenured English professor, an activist, and a lesbian. Now, she’s a pastor’s wife, a mom, and a Christian. What happened?
So what exactly is justice? That’s what we’re going to consider in today’s class.
Government renders judgment to establish peace, order, and prosperity so that the church might do what God calls it to do.
For a government to “play God” is to pressure its citizens into idolatry.
Our modern world tends to undermine all forms of authority other than its own and replaces them with the sense that all responses are merely a matter of preference.