Al Moher: “Hard times come with hard questions, and our cultural context exerts enormous pressure on Christians to affirm common ground at the expense of theological differences. But the cost of getting this question wrong is the loss of the Gospel.”
Also from Dr. Mohler is an answer to this all-important question.
Teen Mania is shutting down. Here’s the story.
With new technology comes new advances in Bible translation.
And in Canada too. There are some great examples in there of people playing it right.
Tomorrow in 1899. 116 years ago tomorrow, preacher and evangelist D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones was born. *
We’ve released another Visual Theology infographic, this one on a favorite Scripture passage.
Quite right: “To be sure, the workers are few, and the harvest is great. But that does not mean that more workers are necessarily better.”
With the Vatican announcing they are proceeding with making Mother Teresa a saint, it’s good to go back and read what Christopher Hitchens wrote about her.
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The hard sayings of Jesus are not hard to understand, just hard to swallow.—Steven Lawson