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The Rise of Extreme Tolerance

In the church today, there is a growing reluctance to take a definitive stand on any issue. Discernment is frankly not very welcome.

The Danger of the Pulpit

John Calvin's Legacy: The Theologian of Theologians

The study of theology historically has brought to the surface outstanding thinkers and scholars. Among 16th-century Reformers, John Calvin - more than Martin Luther - developed a full-orbed systematic theology for the instruction of the church.

Watershed Moment: A New Declaration of Dependence

Indeed, God has blessed America. But all is not well in our land.

Portrait of a Minister (1 Timothy 4:6-16)

It is important to get the right portrait of the right person.

Southern Baptists Meet to Combat Membership Malaise

Southern Baptists opened their annual meeting with calls to turn around plummeting baptism rates, even as researchers warned that the nation's largest Protestant body could lose half its size by mid-century.

Evangelism Tools that Go 'Vroom'

If a motorcycle rider was 100 percent sold out to Jesus, what would he or she look like? Groups of men and women around our nation are attempting to demonstrate just that.

Reevangelizing the Church: What is the Gospel?

Now that we are standing at the crossroads of the church's departure from the truth, we can look to the ancient paths: the Scriptures.

The Next Evangelicalism

Is American evangelicalism dead? Not if we can escape the white cultural captivity that now holds the American church and prepare for a multi-racial, multicultural future.

Even at 500, Calvin isn't Slowing Down

As Reformed churches prepare for the 500th birthday of their spiritual godfather on July 10, increasingly, it is young American evangelicals who are taking up his theological torch.

Who Lost the Children?

Francis Schaeffer saw it coming, but, apparently, not enough of us were paying attention...

How to Unleash The Power of a Praying Church

Jesus has promised that when two or more people gather in His name, He will be there in the midst of them. Praying with others invites God to show up and move in powerful ways in response to your prayers.

The Catholicization of the Protestant Church

If you look closely, you'll find that many of today's Protestants resemble 16th century Catholics far more than they're willing to admit. I’m afraid the Reformers would hardly recognize the Protestant church they struggled to birth.

How Would Jesus Teach?

Investing in Eternity

When money-lovers creep into the pulpit to steal from the treasury, it's an obvious scandal. But isn't the money-lover in the pew—the person who refuses to at all—just as disgraceful?

Application and Preaching

Preaching Magazine interviewed pastor Rick Warren, asking, "How do you think through this whole issue of application as you are dealing with the text or the biblical theme?

Strengthen Your Own Soul to Lead Others

It's the crucible of ministry: in the heat of working hard to lead other people to God, are you missing His presence yourself?

When Athens Met Jerusalem

The story of Greek philosophy and how it helped prepare the way for Christendom has not recently been told from a Christian perspective in a sympathetic and accessible manner. This book sets out to change that.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • June 03, 2009 |
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