What is the primary sin in most American churches, and could losing tax-exemption be a good thing for the advance of the gospel?
David Platt asks perhaps the most important question that everyone must answer before it is too late.
Did John Calvin kill his opponents like so many believe? The trial of Servetus is one of the most misunderstood parts of history.
The distinction of the Christian calling in the world is the principle of submission, to turn the other cheek.
Politics today is more divisive than ever; should Christians have any kind of civic involvement or political engagement? How should Christians approach politics today?
An objective look at the strengths and weaknesses of the SBC’s new Resolution on Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality.
Gambling has been increasingly normalized, many states now having lotteries. Now, states are debating the legalization of sports gambling.
People are looking for answers which most churches are unwilling to provide. Consequently, they are being set up for an “alien gospel,” a coming great deception.
Is the archaeological find from last year the legendary tower of Genesis 11, or is the a cunningly devised deception to undermine the Bible?
A sad case of the power of drugs and the Christian duty to be salt and light in a sin hurt world.