‘So just what religion are you?’ I had a man ask me on the street the other day. ‘Christian.’ I responded. ‘That’s not what I mean. Where do you go to church? Are you a Baptist or something?’
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St. Paul argues the need to withhold information, in word and deed, from those not yet ready to receive and understand it. For to do otherwise risks their life in Christ.
Why is the world offended by the cross? Why are so many disturbed when the name of Jesus is mentioned? Why is His name, above all others, often taken in vain?
In our time, is faith declining because people demand empirical proof? In the first Chapter of her book on the “History of God,” Karen Armstrong asserts that “many of us no longer have the sense that we are surrounded by the unseen.”
The comparison to the first Civil War may underestimate our peril. At the time of that war, there was a common ground of moral authority and principle that harkened back to the American Declaration of Independence.
John 6 describes a horde of fickle followers who trailed Jesus because of the LOAVES He gave them instead of their LOVE for Him.
Cynics and critics can criticize Christianity that has failed at times to live what it professes, but they have no valid complaint against Christ.
Christ is the Gift and the Giver of Gifts. He is the beginning, the destination and the end of all things. He is the purpose and the pathway…
Cornerstone of Christian belief is the deity of Jesus Christ. If He is not fully God and fully man, He cannot save us. Nor would He be an object of worship.
If we hope to spend quality time with our families and reflecting on the gospel this Christmas, we must first focus our hearts on the beauty of Christ.
2017 is the fifteenth year of our Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign. It’s been very effective to make sure that Christ is not censored from Christmas.
This man, an IDF General, retired, became very wealthy gambling and moved to the United States and then to Las Vegas and then to Atlantic City.
The murder of an unborn child is nothing more than the sacrifice of a baby at the altar of self-interest. Which is the practice which God spoke against.
I’m concerned that if Trump’s presidency is wildly successful (some say even greater than Reagan’s) then those who opposed him might become objects of persecution and mistreatment.
A blaring, front-page headline in the Chicago Tribune about the women’s march for death and deviant sexuality marred the Sunday morning of many Illinoisans.
America is changing fast, not from Christian to secular but from secular to pagan. Just listening to sound bites from..
I’ve been re-reading Parables by John MacArthur, a book I’ve already reviewed here and elsewhere: and let me say again..
Biblical truths must always be reaffirmed and re-stated for the simple reason that anti-biblical falsehoods and errors always keep emerging…
Fundamentalists are often accused of being mad at the world when really they are only normal, New Testament Christians who are responsibly militant.
Trump’s political patter changes, like the skin of a chameleon, to suit the situation he confronts at any given moment. He says whatever best serves the purposes of his ambition in that moment.
The Olympics is a time for athletes from around the world to come together, but it’s also been a time for American athletes to acknowledge their creator and their relationship with Jesus Christ.
In Luke 15:11-32, Our Lord tells us the Parable of the Prodigal Son, a story which most of you have..
Are you prepared to suffer for Christ? Jesus asked each one of us to take up the cross and follow him. Are you prepared to stand strong on the beliefs on the Word of God regardless of the consequences?
It’s important to see clearly in the midst of the incredible amount of cultural confusion today, especially when faith leaders..
You expect to hear about persecution in North Korea or Iran, but it was surprising to discover two American missionaries dead in Jamaica this past weekend.
One of my favorite C.S. Lewis quotes points out, as only Lewis could, that Jesus was either the Messiah (and..
Last month, the North Carolina Child Fatality Task Force released a report that said youth suicides increased more than one-third..
I suppose it’s a bit more of an anecdote than a commentary. Twenty-two years ago and it seems like last..
If we are really going to see a gospel-based moral and cultural revolution, then we must be a spiritual army,..
Secular friend, I realize you are perplexed by us. You aren’t one of those who wants to feed us to..