Dr. Mohler strongly speaks out of his convictions and positions but does so in a way that is clear and gracious, illustrating the apostle Paul’s words in Ephesians 4:15 – “Speak the truth in love.” Continue reading The Briefing
When you sing “I’m so glad I’m a part of the family of God,” do you imagine your local congregation, or do you picture the Global Church – the Bride of Christ? Continue reading The Church as a Family?
“These miraculous gifts did play an important part in church history. We are forced to deny much of the Bible if we deny their reality.” Continue reading Are Spiritual Gifts for Today?
Nancy Pearcey’s Love Thy Body not only kept me awake, but kept me wanting to turn one more page. Continue reading Love Thy Body
“What if, rather than sentimentalizing persecution, we acknowledged the reality but remember that it is our family who suffers?” Continue reading What Can I Do?: Supporting the Persecuted Church
So where to next? Retirement on the beach somewhere?
“I’d say next is re-fire-ment!” Continue reading Interview with Allen Roth
Over the past few years, I’ve felt a tension growing inside of me. This tension has led me to ask this question: What does it look like for two-kingdom Christians to engage in and show concern for their communities and countries? Continue reading Why I’m Thinking About Voting
The results are in! This year, we turned our attention to an Anabaptist distinctive: nonresistance and separation from the political system. Continue reading Non-resistance and Political Involvement Survey Results
My four-year-old nephew knows that gardens are good, and rabbits are not. Rabbits who come hopping into the backyard to munch his mother’s garden are, in his own words, “badder than false preachers!”
False preachers don’t always come into our backyards and brazenly munch at our theology. But they do come to public platforms and bookshelves with some convincing arguments, some personal testimonials, and some Bible verses to back them up. Continue reading American Gospel: Christ Alone
To this day I don’t know what they found so interesting on their phones. There was a wedding processional going on, for crying out loud. Continue reading Why I Refuse to Carry the Internet in My Pocket