Is Football Too Violent for Christians?

Tony Reinke asks this question in response to a particularly brutal NFL game that occurred last week between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals. After hearing several sports writers and commentators talk about the

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Around the Horn (December 7)

What Expository Preaching Is Not - H.B. Charles What is expository preaching? Often times, it's helpful to define something by talking about what it is not. H.B. Charles wrote a great post on what expository

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Around the Horn (November 30)

Don't Put Your Seniors Out to Pasture - Jared Wilson In our day, there is beginning to be a push for a more multicultural church. This is welcomed and needed. But Jared Wilson wants us

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The Accuser or the Advocate? Our Daily Battle

Satan is the father of lies (John 8:44) and the enemy of Christian freedom. The devil is pre-eminently the tempter and the accuser; his name “Satan” means “accuser.” He is called the “accuser of our

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Around the Horn (November 23)

3 reminders about politics in a disheartening age - Erik Stanley It would be easy to look at our political landscape, become disgusted by it and distance ourselves completely from it. But Erik Stanley gives us

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