Some clarity on my last article on what I mean by ordinary activities versus activities that tempt God.
How should Christians live when the world seems to be falling apart? The same as always: in joy and hope as witnesses to a fearful, unbelieving public.
The true gospel of grace is often nullified by a human-centered conception of faith.
David Platt asks perhaps the most important question that everyone must answer before it is too late.
Is salvation a personal decision by man to accept the pleadings of God, or is salvation the complete work of God to change man’s will?
Is justification the result of intellectually accepting certain propositions in Scripture, or is the heart involved?
What can we learn this Memorial Day from humanity’s first casualty of war?
Can a believer lose their salvation? What is the Christian’s state before God?
What can churches do to strengthen the souls of believers and prepare them for persecution and hardships?
The misconceptions regarding grace, faith, and Pharisaism in our postmodern culture of “tolerance and inclusion.”