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Figuring out the "Firstborn" in Colossians 1:18

Andrew Perrin, using a verse from Colossians as an example, shows us four easy steps for working with the original text of your Bible.

  • Andrew B. Perrin |
  • January 14, 2011 |
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Think Theologically: A Review of Alister McGrath's The Passionate Intellect

McGrath's latest book provides an excellent introduction for believers who want to know more about how theology both impacts Christian living and provides responses to contemporary objections against Christianity.

How to Spot a Healthy Church in 30 Seconds

I knew almost instantly from the actions and voices of the children that the family was a healthy one. Is it likewise possible to ascertain within a few seconds whether a church is healthy?

KJV 400: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of the King James Version of the Bible

The King James Version of the Bible marks its 400th year of publication in 2011. Some see the event as worthy of celebration while others stifle a yawn.

  • Kristopher Barnett |
  • January 11, 2011 |
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Modern Discipleship: Preparing for Evacuation Rather Than Occupation

Biblical discipleship is either absent or woefully inadequate to producing any tangible fruit, much less real freedom in Christ. Thus too many within the body are mired in sin management rather than freedom from it.

Questions for a Pulpit Committee

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • January 07, 2011 |
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How Not to Fight Atheism

There is nothing so short-sighted and unhelpful as Christian insecurity — and this kind of insecurity recently led to predictable results in Fort Worth, Texas.

A Great New Year

The Bible -- as our life -- is full of beginnings. I can still remember the first time I told my wife I loved her, the first person I led to Christ, and my first sermon...

What New Year’s Resolutions Say About the Culture and the Church

Not surprisingly, the top two categories of resolutions had to do with issues related to weight/health and debt/finances.

Ignorance of C.S. Lewis…And More

There has been much talk about spiritual illiteracy, usually in relation to its startling absence among people of faith. Less discussed are the repercussions of spiritual illiteracy in the secular world, and particularly the cultural elite in positions of influence.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 01, 2011 |
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A Continuing Requirement

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • December 31, 2010 |
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A Generation of Articulate Christians: An Interview with Ligonier Academy

“My dream is that Ligonier Academy will supply this nation with an entire generation of articulate Christians who understand the Bible and live out their faith..." -R.C. Sproul

Pastors: Make Time for Those You Love

Time flies. Where does it go? Does it ever seem like we have enough to go around for our families and for the ministry to which God has called us?

  • John K. Hutcheson, Sr. |
  • December 29, 2010 |
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Empowering the Pastor's Wife: Finish Strong!

Pastor's wives live a variety of roles day in and day out, and that just increases during the holidays. One pastor's wife shares her goal of not merely "making it through" December...

The Problematic Predicament of Paying the Pastor

It's something of a dilemma: On the one hand, a minister must never put a price on the work he does as he looks to the Lord as the Source for his needs. On the other, he should absolutely be adequately compensated for his work.

Must We Believe the Virgin Birth?

Is belief in the Virgin Birth of Christ evidence that conservative Christians are "less intellectual?" Are we saddled with an untenable doctrine?

Telling the Christmas Story

To those of us who've heard the story all our lives, it seems so normal. But to those who've never heard, it must sound absurd.

Should Christians Celebrate Christmas and the Birth of Jesus Christ?

Why wouldn't a Christian celebrate the birth of Christ? In actuality, the reasons are varied and the legacy long, going back to the Puritans and up to present day groups such as Advent Conspiracy.

On Mission for Christmas

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 16, 2010 |
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I Wonder as I Wander through Advent

My wondering at the impact of a leaner Christmas is not a sarcastic wondering. Does anything get lost if our material giving ratchets down?

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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