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Dungeons and Dragons and Debating Calvinism

Remember those Dungeons and Dragons people back in junior high school? Well, they grew up, got saved, and are now debating Calvinism, on both sides.

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

When you understand that your significance, security, and identity are all anchored in Christ, you don’t have to win—you’re free to lose. And nothing in this broken world can beat a person who isn’t afraid to lose! You’ll be free to say crazy, risky, counterintuitive stuff like, “To live is Christ and to die is gain”!

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • September 08, 2011 |
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Teach Me How to Pray

While I feel the desire to pray and I often long to pray, I find it difficult. So, I have turned to a few pastors I know to ask them how they manage the task of prayer. In the weeks to come I plan to share some of their advice in the hope that you will find it helpful. Here's the first installment from a dear friend and pastor here in Toronto, Tim Kerr...

The Church in a Post-Christian Culture

In times past, the church occupied a central and influential place in society. But what does the new, post-Christian cultural condition mean for the church and its mission?

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 06, 2011 |
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Why Christians Don’t Want Government Defining Marriage

The issue of marriage with particular reference to a constitutional amendment banning homosexual marriage is dangerous for conservative Christians who disagree with the majority who are in favor of such an amendment. It’s dangerous in that one who is not in favor of banning homosexual marriage is considered to be in favor of homosexual marriage, liberal, and unbiblical, none of which is the case . . .

What Do All Christians Believe?

A young woman asks, "What’s the single most important thing I would have to believe in order to officially qualify as a Christian?"

All Utopia, All the Time

“Utopia Central,” I said, answering my phone when my boss called me one day earlier this week. And I wasn’t kidding either.

  • Laura MacCorkle |
  • September 02, 2011 |
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Is the Church the Hope of the World?

As I read a letter from a volunteer, I couldn’t help wondering: is the church really the hope of the world?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 01, 2011 |
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Who’s Afraid of a Woman President?

In light of Michele Bachmann’s candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, some are wondering how consistent it is for Christians to elect a woman to national office when they wouldn’t vote for her to serve as pastor of a local church. The question is a good one, and is more complicated than it first appears, to both sides.

When You've Been Fired

I talked with a man who was fired from his job in a public and painful way. This is what he said he learned from it.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 31, 2011 |
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Secret Baptism in Pakistan

You never know where a book may end up.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 30, 2011 |
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Going Public: Your Child Can Thrive in Public School

There was a time when homeschooling was a very lonely place to be. Perhaps in some contexts it still is. But it seems that homeschooling has entered the mainstream and for many families is now the default option. Speaking from experience, as the father of 3 children who all attend local public schools, I can attest that public schooling can be a very lonely place as well… (Read more)

Going Public: Your Child Can Thrive in Public School

There was a time when homeschooling was a very lonely place to be. Perhaps in some contexts it still is. But it seems that homeschooling has entered the mainstream and for many families is now the default option. Speaking from experience, as the father of 3 children who all attend local public schools, I can attest that public schooling can be a very lonely place as well… (Read more)

Getting Busy While You Wait

Like Joseph reached out to others while he waited in prison, perhaps there is someone who will be blessed by God through you.

A Most Curious Hero

One of the more telling cultural shifts of the last seventy-five years has been what some have called the “celebrification” of culture.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 29, 2011 |
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When Your Heart Leaves Home

A father pours out his heart about his daughter

Should Marriage Be Easy?

http://www.breakpoint.org/features-columns/breakpoint-columns/entry/2/17725

God's Approval Index

I recently found myself wondering what it would be like to have someone measuring my popularity on a day-to-day basis. It cannot be fun. I do not envy the president.

Annual Mindset List

Beloit College has once again released its annual Mindset List for the incoming class of college freshman.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 25, 2011 |
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Interview With My Theological Yoda: Part One

The nature of the gospel, the role and purpose of God’s law, the relationship between justification, sanctification and union with Christ, and how all of this impacts preaching and the life of the Christian—these important issues I recently discussed with my theological “Yoda,” Mike Horton recently (read more)…

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 24, 2011 |
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