Curated links for your weekend reading:
Have we reached the Biblical threshold for civil disobedience?
Is a warlike posture the proper response to an increasingly anti-Christian society?
Sometimes we must be ready to “speak a word” into a controversy, but often what’s called for is for someone to model the different way of valuing his soul over having something to say.
A new survey reveals the theological beliefs of Americans about God, sin, salvation, heaven and hell, the church, and the Bible. And the results for evangelicals aren’t encouraging.
There are three ingredients that I’ve found to be important in helping someone maintain a regular habit of daily Bible reading.
I’m not arguing against using email. I’m arguing that there are still good reasons to use the telephone when doing ministry. Here’s why.
Boredom with life is simply inexcusable. If we are bored with life, the problem is with us, not the world. There is always more in life to experience, to learn, to love.
Doctrinal preaching, done well, is the most practical kind of preaching possible.