Getting "Unhitched" from the Old Testament? Andy Stanley Aims at Heresy Pastor Andy Stanely continues to show a pattern of dangerous thinking in his approach to Scripture. He continues to treat the Old Testament as less
I. Let me remind you of a few things relative to the greatness of your work.—Such a view of it may, in one sense, dismay you, and induce you to exclaim, “Who is sufficient for
What the Bible Says About Leading Difficult People We've all said it, "That person is annoying." The problem with describing someone as annoying is that annoying is a not a character trait someone can have.
“How long shall I take counsel in my soul, having sorrow in my heart daily?”—Psal. 13:2. We have, in a former discourse, considered the importance of looking into our own hearts; but that counsel is
The Character of Martin Lloyd-Jones' Preaching Ministry Martin Lloyd-Jones is a revered preacher. His ministry still has an impact today. Why? What made his preaching so notable? Why did his preaching stand out when the
Can Your Soul Survive Twitter and Facebook? In this article, Russell Moore makes a connection between the social media pack mentality and how we are to interact with one another inside the church. He makes
The principles on which the apostles proceeded may appear by tracing the analogy between them and a company of Christian missionaries in the present day.—The term “apostle” signifies one that is sent. If we subtract
Does the Sermon Sing? Six Classic Piper Lectures on Preaching In 1994 John Piper delivered the Barnard H. Rom Preaching Lectures at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He would later say, “Those 1994 Rom Lectures were very significant