Forgiveness full and free is the hardest thing for us to believe as Christians. We think it’s a mark of spiritual maturity to hang onto our guilt and shame.
- May 26, 2011 |
A new survey finds that teens have watched their parents struggle with finances during the recession, and they've gotten the message.
The rejection of the doctrine of Endless Punishment cuts the ground from under the gospel.
In a new study, researchers have found a statistically significant trend toward narcissism and hostility in popular music.
The 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are when the number of teen driving fatalities and injuries increases dramatically.
If you care enough to ask the question, the answer is no.
When will we learn that Jesus is not glorified by our “doing” things for him, but that He is glorified by our resting in, and receiving, what he’s done for us?
Being faithful in marriage means taking precautions.
It’s surprising how few open, transparent and practical discussions there are about racial matters in the local church.
When we speak of calling, most people think of some loftier spiritual work rather than business, construction, or retail. Under this paradigm, the essential activity that consumes 98 percent of Christians’ time and energy is viewed as being of little or no spiritual value.
Barna Group recently completed a study about the influence of technology in families and finds the digital age is affecting more than how America communicates. It is also shaping parent-child relationships in striking new ways.
If I told you that Mount Everest doesn’t exist and that it’s just a fairy tale, what would you say? If I said, “I know it’s not real because I’ve never been there and neither have you,” how would you respond? How would you “prove” that the world’s tallest mountain actually does exist?
- May 21, 2011 |
Why, in a world created by an all-powerful, all-good God, are natural disasters, which claim hundreds to hundreds of thousands of lives, permitted to exist? Is God a monster or merely a klutz?
- May 21, 2011 |
Any time would be a good time for Christ to come again.
May 21, we’re told, is the end of it all. Harold Camping tells us it’s the day when the Rapture of the church will happen. Historic Christianity, of course, stands with Jesus over anyone who claims he knows the day or the hour of Jesus’ coming (Matt. 24:3-8). But what about the larger idea here? Is there a secret, sudden Rapture? Is that what we should expect?
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Only God the Father knows when Jesus will come again.