Years ago, on the advice of an older and wiser Christian, I began trying to pray through the Psalms once every month.
Many things in our culture work against the maintenance of real community. We are conditioned in countless ways to think and act as individuals only,...
Augustine wrote to a Roman noblewoman who was asking about prayer. He gave her several principles she could implement that are extremely helpful for Christians...
It could be argued that America has never really been a genuinely pluralistic, perspective-diverse, free society.
There are plenty of people today who don't believe in the Bible's teaching on everlasting punishment, even those who do find it an unreal and...
Many say that Christians who maintain the historic, traditional doctrines are behind the times, are too exclusive, and are “on the wrong side of history.”...
The famous “Great Commission” of Matthew 28:18-20 is almost always studied in isolation from the rest of the chapter. We can only understand it fully...
We talk a lot about how we are saved by grace, not by our good works or obedience to the law. Indeed, Paul says we...
Tim Keller shares how the gospel renews us from the inside-out and from the outside-in.
In John 15:12-17, in preparing for his death, Jesus redefines his relationship with his disciples. Rather than mere disciples, Jesus calls them his friends.
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