Most of us who have enjoyed Bible studies know the richness of digging into the Scriptures directly with each other. But we rarely do it together. Do we believe that the gospel really has the power to create not only saved individuals but also a saved culture?
I want to offer ten basic biblical truths that guide Christian responses on this question .
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Death is not a benign friend, but a dreaded foe. How can we trust a God who lets death and tragedy constantly strike us?
Something has happened in history and we cannot wish it away.
America likes winners, not losers; triumph, not tragedy. Friedrich Nietzsche and Ted Turner have argued that Christianity is for losers, but pop Christianity in America has been trying desperately to convince everybody that this just isn’t the case. Become a Christian and you’ll be unfailingly happy, upbeat, in charge, with health, wealth and happiness; self-esteem, […]
Well, the most important thing here as elsewhere is to distinguish the law from the gospel. The law commands, but the gospel gives.
Q1. What are the biggest challenges facing the church today? The greatest challenge always facing the church is whether it will preach the gospel. Not whether the world will let us preach it—although religious liberty is always a question, and there’s a lot of hostility out there in post-Christian as well as Islamic societies—but whether […]