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
If we are the body of Christ on earth, should His hands be clutching expensive coffee drinks? Should His feet spend their time dangling into cool blue water? Should His mouths selfishly devour excessive amounts of food? Continue reading Does God Want Us to Have Fun?
We just don’t have time to do everything. Or do we? Continue reading Don’t Have Time?
Fifteen percent of Jesus’ recorded teachings are on the subject! Our Lord and Savior was obviously a believer in the power of mammon, and – if we are his followers – we too must harness this power. Continue reading The Five Keys to Biblical Finances
Sex on Stage Today we live in a sex-crazed society. From the clothing and entertainment industries to the education sector, sex permeates our senses at every turn. As the western culture casts off all moral restraint, the church faces ethical … Continue reading Family Planning: For Christians?
Growing up on Dr. Seuss, “The Lorax” always spoke to me. As the story goes, an entrepreneur stumbles upon a beautiful forest. The trees grow fluffy tufts, but he sees something else: money. Soon, he is knitting their tufts into … Continue reading Christians and Environmentalism
I am fond of coffee table books – big, beautiful books with stunning photos and choice words in attractive typography. A book like this can transport me to distant lands, stir compassion for an endangered animal, or let me peer … Continue reading A Call to Combat Materialism with Truth