by Chris Crane.
It was not the mere beauty of Eve’s body that brought Adam such joy, but the image-reflection of his Creator standing in full glorious reality in front of him. It was not only a sexual reaction, but a spiritual one.
Jesus died in order to kill the hostility between Jew and Gentile. In Galatians 3, he says there is no longer “Jew or Greek.” The cross is where all racial hostilities cease.
It’s easy to promote abortion when you weren’t the one aborted; it’s righteous to defend the unborn precisely because you weren’t the one aborted.
The sky is falling. Secularization is on the rise, or so it seems.
Senator Rob Portman recently announced the reversal of his position on gay marriage. While this is not necessarily surprising in our current cultural climate, what makes it particularly newsworthy is that Portman is not just a GOP Senator, but one who was vetted to be the running mate for Mitt Romney in the most recent [...]
The rise of social media and blogging over the past decade has opened the door to a new avenue of public discourse. In light of this, there is a tendency to write “hit pieces” under the guise of free expression of opinion.
Adoption is a beautiful picture of the gospel of Jesus Christ, demonstrating that God the Father desired to bring us into His family to experience His blessings.
Rob Bell is back.
In a confused culture, there are two very basic ways that we Christians can play our part in an attempt to improve divorce statistics and to present a commendable view of marriage.
God is using David Platt to help change the priorities of a whole generation of believers. That is truly remarkable. I registered one concern with the book: that we not think that the Bible is anti-wealth.
Riding trains and beating drums of passing movements is not as helpful as simply adoring Christ and preaching the simplicity of the gospel in every area of our lives.
Is restorative justice a viable option in the American justice system? Should a Christian ethic of grace and forgiveness change the way in which we apply justice?
by Jonathan Merritt.
The boy-man is selfish, young, immature, addicted to games, immune to responsibility, foul-mouthed, and weak.