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A Father's Day Retrospective on Submission and Headship

My mother seemed omni-competent and overflowing with love and energy, but when my father came home, she had the extraordinary ability and biblical wisdom and humility to honor him as the head of the home.

How to Turn Racism into Gracism

While a racist uses distinctions between people to hurt, a gracist uses them to heal.

Stand to Reason Takes Student Missionaries to Berkeley, Salt Lake

The SF Bay Area is attracting a small band of young Christian believers who are turning the common concept of missions on its ear.

Confronting False Systems

Since fundamentalism developed a tendency toward belligerent rhetoric that often turns people away, some are now saying that Christians must never be polemical. Are they right?

Responding to "Green Politics," Part One

Christians haven't had a lot to say in the environmental debate... until recently.

As the Culture War Heats Up...

Unless God intervenes, things will expand until the culture itself falls into one flat mass of people against Christ and His church. Not good.

A Transgender Pastor in the Pulpit?

What do you do when your pastor shows up in a new gender?

Strugglers in Our Midst: Reaching Homosexuals

Throughout both the secular and faith communities, those who believe homosexuality is morally wrong often avoid or mistreat people living gay lifestyles. How should Christians respond?

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • May 30, 2007 |
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Are The Great Commandment and The Great Commission Incompatible?

"I love you as myself... now you need to change." That's a tough message to sell today.

The Insular Gospel Ghetto

Over 80 percent of all non-Christians do not personally know a Christian.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 21, 2007 |
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One Pastor Reflects upon Falwell's Legacy

Jerry Falwell will be chiefly remembered for two enormous accomplishments...

The Cross: "Cosmic Child Abuse"?

In our present context, we are left with two competing visions of the cross of Christ. Either the cross was insane and a form of cosmic child abuse, or, it was not only just, but appropriate for God to send His Son to die such death.

"Q" the Future to Transform Culture

The goal of "Q" is to be a gathering for leaders in the church to become exposed and informed about future-culture. Why does this matter?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • May 09, 2007 |
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Should Christian Leaders Receive Public Immunity?

There ought to be a place at the table for reasonable discussion and disagreement regarding the public statements of public people - even Christians. Shouldn't there?

Healing a Nation: Moving Forward from the National Day of Prayer

On May 7, millions of Americans across the land join their voices in united prayer. Can we call that a success? That depends on whether we make it a daily practice going forward.

Not Much 'Lord' in this Church Service

The movement toward gender-neutral language for God has picked up steam in recent years, and liberal churches have been busy rewriting language for worship and theology.

Intolerance, Sheep Stealing, & the Good Shepherd

Sheep stealing has been an issue since the New Testament time period, and Jesus actually contrasts Himself with all other would-be shepherds.

Can We Please Just Shut Up and Mourn?

What should happen as the smoke clears from the latest assault on our senses in Blacksburg? I am not sure... but I am definitely sure what should not happen.

The Trend of 'Believing without Belonging'

A growing number of persons want to consider themselves Christians... without believing Christianity's doctrines, accepting its morality, following its disciplines, or joining a congregation.

The Dreaded 'J' Word

Examining the "Lost Art and Spiritual Calling of Sound Judgment"

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