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'The Code' in the Christian Blogosphere

Rumor has it that there is a moral code in professional hockey that guides how players hit each other or when they fight. Supposedly everyone knows it and it is universally seen as “dirty pool” when someone breaks this code. However, whether the code actually exists is a matter of debate. Is there such a code in the Christian blogosphere?

"What is Baptism?"

A new Christian writes to ask about the nature and purpose of baptism.

You’re Free To Stay Put

Martin Luther was once approached by a man who enthusiastically announced that he’d recently become a Christian. Wanting desperately to serve the Lord, he asked Luther, “What should I do now?” As if to say, should he become a minister or perhaps a traveling evangelist. A monk, perhaps.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 08, 2011 |
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Getting Ready for College

According to recent studies, almost half of all American college students will abandon their Christian faith during their undergraduate years.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 08, 2011 |
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Why You Should Read Barry's novel: "Hannah Coulter"

Some think that fiction is wrong because it’s “not true.” Hardly! I read more fiction than I do non-fiction, if you exempt the Bible from consideration, and I consider it, most often, truer than anything in the world.

Pray Without Ceasing

Should we be surprised that the Lord chose to do such great things through William Carey when he had such a prayer warrior pleading with the Lord for his work?

A Desperate Man's Desperate Prayer

To paraphrase Samuel Johnson, “Nothing clears the mind like the certain knowledge that you will be shot in the morning."

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 06, 2011 |
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“Credo” Now Available in Spanish

The Spanish translation of Credo: Believing in Something to Die For has just been released.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 06, 2011 |
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The 10 Steps Between You and Jesus

From creation to redemption, in ten quick steps.

Assumptions

An assumption is taking something for granted. It’s supposing something to be a fact.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 04, 2011 |
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Want vs. Need

Leave it to God to give me food for thought from a memoir written by someone not exactly purporting to have a biblical worldview.

The Present Power Of Christ’s Justifying Work

Here's a great quote from Richard Lovelace that addresses a daily problem that Christians face: failing to realize the present power of Christ’s justifying work on our behalf. This quote is worth reading over and over again...

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 02, 2011 |
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A Dramatic Reversal

Instead of allowing God to speak into her circumstances, Naomi interpreted God through those circumstances. When her life was good, God was good; when her life went bad, she believed that God was bad.

What Happened to Making Disciples?

Throughout the first decade of the new millennium, multiple studies—revealing a crisis among youth in the church—seemed to appear almost every year and now in 2011, the research still shows no improvement. It is astonishing to note that despite the continued evidence demonstrating the American church’s failure to adequately and holistically disciple the faithful into maturity; the leadership in so many of our churches continue to do the same thing

Remembering John Stott

Family and close friends gathered with “Uncle John” as they listened to Handel's Messiah.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 01, 2011 |
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Homosexuality, Part 6: Going Forward

So how should Christians engage homosexuality, and the various issues it presents to our culture, going forward?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 30, 2011 |
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Homosexuality, Part 5: Gay Marriage

The most divisive and contentious issue of our day is no longer abortion; it is gay marriage.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 29, 2011 |
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Coming into the Presence of God, Part 2

Of all the things the disciples learned from Jesus, none was more mission-critical than what they learned about prayer...

John MacArthur Wants Us to Grow Up

John MacArthur is in the midst of penning a series of articles that will address (and encourage and scold) the Young, Restless, Reformed movement—this thing they call the New Calvinism. I have one great concern about this...

Don’t Assume the Gospel, Preach the Gospel

Scripture is of no use to us if we read it merely as a handbook for daily living without recognizing that its principle purpose is to reveal Jesus Christ and his gospel for the salvation of sinners.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • July 28, 2011 |
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