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Disagreeing Without Being Disagreeable

There seems to be an almost irrational hostility toward belief on the part of unbelievers, but all believers can't be dismissed as brainless, deluded psychotics. We can disagree without being dismissive... even online.

How The Chronicles of Narnia Can Expand Your Message To A Greater Audience

Here's your chance to share one of the greatest stories of C.S. Lewis, and create a platform to engage your community with the greatest story ever told.

Getting the Gospel of Jesus Christ Right

Is saving faith merely a matter of saying a "sinner's prayer?" Instead of calling men and women to surrender to Christ, modern evangelism asks them only to accept some basic facts about Him. Do such people really belong to the family of God, or are they deceived?

Apologetics: Answering the Coffeehouse Questions

Freshen up on how to respond When God Goes to Starbucks.

Advent as an Antidote to Christian Boredom

Advent can be an antidote to the sinful slip into apathy, helping us to be astounded at the glory of God.

Counterfeit Gospels

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • November 30, 2010 |
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Preaching Advent as the Return to Paradise

The words of the prophet Isaiah speak to a longing to recover what is now only a memory. So no wonder that Christmas is so marvelous, that Advent is such an important group of Sundays for us.

  • Harold C. Perdue |
  • November 29, 2010 |
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Evangelicals: Past and Present

In answer to the division in today's evangelical Christianity, Christopher Catherwood sounds a unifying call in "Evangelicals: Beliefs and Politics."

  • Christopher Catherwood |
  • November 24, 2010 |
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On Exorcism and Exorcists: An Evangelical View

We should respect the power of the Devil and his demons, but never fear them. We do not need a rite of exorcism, only the name of Jesus. We are not given a priesthood of exorcists — for every believer is armed with the full promise of the Gospel, united with Christ by faith, and indwelt by the Holy Spirit.

Un-Dragon Your Life: A Sermon from the Dawn Treader

The dragon represented a monster that the boy had become, but he didn't have the power to un-dragon himself. Only Aslan had the power and grace to un-dragon Eustace, however painful it was. And like Aslan, only Jesus has the power to free us from our demons.

Suffer the Little Children

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 22, 2010 |
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Insignificant Is In

Church size still lands pastors book deals and conference platforms. Youthful boasting of plans to fix the world catch the media’s attention. But the pushback has been strong, and not just from Christian leaders who toil in obscurity. Rather, some of the most prominent evangelical voices have raised concerns about our penchant for regarding bigger and newer as better.

A Sign of the Times: Repent!

Once in a while, I have an urgent message for the Church. This is one of those times.

Is the Sabbath Still Required for Christians?

Jesus does not clearly abolish the Sabbath, nor does he violate its stipulations. But if the Sabbath is a holdover from the Mosaic covenant, are Christians bound to observe it?

  • Thomas R. Schreiner |
  • November 17, 2010 |
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Why We Need Parables

How many times have we sat in a church service or class that was numbing our brain when the preacher or teacher said those magic words that jerked us back to life: "Let me tell you a little story...."

Finding Wesley

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 15, 2010 |
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The Cross of Christ

  • Dr. Franklin L. Kirksey |
  • November 12, 2010 |
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'Thank You for Your Service': A Veterans Day Memory

Often we don't pause to ponder the meaning of these commemorative days, but Nov. 11, 1987, is when Veterans Day became special to me.

  • Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson |
  • November 11, 2010 |
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Why I am Committed to Teaching the Bible

I have never aspired to be known as a theologian, a polemicist, or an academician.

The Church as a Third Place

There's home, and there's work, and then there are "third" places where community life and creative interaction occur. Sound like the Church? It could, and should.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • November 09, 2010 |
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