Tis’ the season. Every year I read another article about how the world has taken the Christ out of Christmas and how Xmas is some nefarious plot by the unbelieving world to direct people away from the truth. This article does a nice simple job of explaining why we should
What happens when a Christian dies? This is a very common question stemming from a normal concern. Here, Grace to You (John MacArthur) summarizes the answer in a very simple, quick manner.
What is sin? When do we commit it; and how does that affect how I live and understand the work of God? Denny Burk outlines this understanding and quickly shows why it matters.
If you have kids or grandkids that you would like to get traditional Biblical teaching from a source that is not traditional; I suggest you check out this resource from Answers in Genesis, The Truth Chronicles.
Cripplegate continues its compare and contrast between Christianity and Islam by looking at the differences between the two religions view of Jesus.
We all want to have the right thing to say at the right moment; especially during a tragedy. Tim Challies has a great starting point, by giving us a list of things forbidden from being uttered at his funeral. (I say amen and demand the same at my funeral.)
Continuing the comparison Cripplegate moves in comparison between Christianity and Islam to the differences in their respective doctrines of God.
Raising children in a God honoring, Scripturally faithful way can be very hard. Here we are given a quick primer on dealing with the stereotypical way the world attempts to pull our kids away.
Lies, lies are everywhere in the culture. They lie to us about what our job should mean, what our spouse should look like and do, and everything else you can imagine. Desiring God tackles a lie about marriage and helps put our understanding of wedlock into its proper place.
We all know at least one person who tells you that you should never hate anything. We also know at least one person who thinks Jesus is all: sunshine, lollipops, and rainbows. Jeff Robinson, pastor and Southern Seminary professor, shows us the benefit of the “hate” language of Jesus.