Most of our neighbors have some commitment to Christian values, but what they desperately need is salvation from their sins. This does not come by Christian values, no matter how fervently held. Salvation comes only by the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Americans will elect a president in November, but our vote will reveal far more than our political preference. The 2012 election is a worldview exercise of unprecedented contrasts -- an unavoidable test of our most basic convictions.
The Clergy Project is a parable of our times, but it is also a pathetic portrait of the desperation of many atheist and secularist groups. They are thrilled to parade a few trophies of unbelief, but do they really believe that these example are serving their cause?
Helen Gurley Brown was a pioneer of sorts, who intended to overthrow traditional sexual morality. To a considerable degree, she succeeded.
The death of author and controversialist Gore Vidal last week brought an end to one of America’s most gifted and flamboyantly offensive literary voices.
The same vexing but inescapable question comes every time a Columbine happens or an Anders Behring Breivik attempts to justify his mass homicide. How could such a thing happen? How could a human being do such a thing?
In reality, many children have almost no contact with nature. They play indoors, focusing on electronic screens that produce an artificial experience. They are surrounded by creature comforts and watched over by anxious parents who are afraid that violent criminals are lurking behind every green tree.
Has God called you to ministry? Though all Christians are called to serve the cause of Christ, God calls certain persons to serve the church as pastors and other ministers.
One of the happiest experiences in reading is discovering an entire area of knowledge or subject matter that never seemed to be interesting before. Here are a few very choice non-fiction titles for summer reading.
A recent statement on the doctrine of salvation has received a good bit of attention in recent days.
The effective separation of sex from procreation may be one of the most important defining marks of our age -- and one of the most ominous.
The Christian worldview must direct all consideration of sexuality to the institution of marriage. Rightly understood and rightly ordered, marriage is a picture of God’s own covenantal faithfulness.
The intersection of pornography and marriage is one of the most problematic issues among many couples today – including Christian couples.
What Matthew reveals in terms of Jesus and his mission is now assigned to those who, in his stead, are called to preach and teach.
This is a sad day for marriage, but now we know the truth.
The New York Times has the right to argue for gay marriage, but it bears the responsibility to make its case with intellectual honesty.
Theological liberalism did not set out to destroy Christianity, but to save it from itself. Is the same temptation now evident?
By now, most Americans have probably heard of the lesbian mother forced out as a Boy Scouts den mother.
No American can rest with an easy conscience while this nation is known for sending out officials whose motto is “wheels up, rings off.”
Don’t allow the Internet to become your congregation. YouTube is a horrible place to go to church.