Bound But Unchained
Deity beyond Doubt Jesus' indirect claims to deity are just as compelling
Two Spheres Spirit and nature, faith and reason: Christ is Lord of all
Why It Matters What if it's true? And what if it's not?
A Tale of Two Verses Their use over time provides a social history
Calvin's Science The Bible tells of what is visible, not as a science manual
Courting Trouble Christians avoid litigation to promote Christ
In Six Days Attempts ancient and modern to deny a young earth fail
No Need to Diet There are good reasons for a more frequent Lord's Supper
Powerful Prayer Five tools to help devotion blossom
Qur'anic Christ Muslims' own witness can help them to faith
Reasonable Limits Reason, a great gift, nevertheless is imperfect
The One Thing Some obsessions are sinful, but some are not
Triumph in Weakness The most encouraging of Christ's many paradoxes
God's Voice? Conscience is a critical guide, but it is not infallible
His Lordship First Acts, our paradigm for evangelism, never mentions love
In God's Grasps Disability or incapacity does not put people beyond God's grace
Losing a Child The pangs pierce but — thank God — the story does not end there
Love's Illusion True self-esteem does indeed set us on the right path
Stumbling Blocks We are not to offend, nor yet to please, tricky!
God Is Obvious Everywhere, as Scripture says, creation points to the Creator
A Novel Doctrine? The Trinity is not a plot exposed by a paranoid anti-Christian novelist
A Time to Grieve But, for Christians, joy comes in the morning
A Torrent of Error Closing the gulf between Calvin and Calvinism
Boston Plea Party
Fact or Fiction? Paranoia and conspiracy theories are not reliable history
First Things First In the Christian walk, the good may be enemy of the best
First, the Law With no sense of sin, the Gospel is much diminished
Fulfilling the Law God has carefully intertwined law and gospel
Love’s Choice Divine election is the very summit of grace
Magnificent Motives The road to heaven is paved with good intentions
Man-Made Revivals Charles Finney hoped to usher in Christ’s millennium in three years
On the Fault Line Morality without a secure foundation has no compass
Taking God’s Name What’s in a name? Christ’s divinity, laid bare
Unnatural History Nature doesn’t teach as much as some people claim
This Side of Heaven On earth, every silver lining has a cloud
A Reasonable Faith What could transform the defeated disciples into the triumphant Church?
Severity and Mercy Both come from the hand of the God of judgment and love
A Time to Weep The Christian, like the Bible, is no stranger to tears
Acts of an Apostle Basil the Great stands tall in a long line of Christian caring
And So to Bed: Reflections on the Blessings of Sleep
Balancing Act The narrow path is often a tightrope
Catch the 66 to Heaven The books of the Bible are “bus truth” — they’ll get you there
God’s Funeral A.N. Wilson’s 19th century parade is mired in liberalism’s contradictions
In Plain Words What model do insults and sarcasm in the Bible provide for us?
Jesus under Siege Satan continues his 2000-year-old policy of undermining Christ’s Truth
Man’s Vain Search The quest for perfection can lead to the Gulag or the Cross
No Cane Do?: How Should We Discipline Our Children?
Providence and Pain Suffering encourages a heavenly perspective
Work It Out Even in heaven, we’ll do more than luxuriate by the pool
Galatians – The Personal Narrative (Galatians 1:1-10)
Chapter 1 provides an exposition of Galatians 1:1-10.
Freedom of Religion and a Bill of Rights
Christ As God
Conscience: A Voice of God
The Wiles of Satan
The Church's Chief End
What exactly is the mission of the church? This article suggests there are three aspects: the church exists to glorify God, build up the saints, and evangelize the world.
The Missionary God of the Old Testament
The Resurrection: What If It Is Not True? What If It Is?
Lessons from Nature
Romans 3:21-26 - Three Illustrations of Salvation
Killing and Murder
Time and Eternity
The Bible’s Use of Sarcasm, Irony, and Denunciation
Two Views of Law
Psalm 110 in the New Testament
Psalm 110 is the most quoted Psalm in the New Testament. This psalm shows Christ to be the divine risen victor and the perfect Priest.
Miracle of Faith
This article is about miracles. People in biblical times were just as skeptical of miracles as people are today. To claim that biblical people were gullible and today we are more scientific is not a sound argument for denying the validity of biblical miracles.
The Mystery of Sovereignty
This article describes the relationship between God's sovereignty and human responsibility. These two truths must be accepted as they are revealed to us by God, without diminishing the one but rather upholding them both equally.
This Side of Heaven
Looking at life in this fallen world, this article shows that sin has affected life in such a way that the desire for true fulfillment cannot be achieved in this world. In Christ we receive hope and glimpses of the world to come.
Avoiding Silly Mistakes
This article shows that Bible-believing Christians can make silly mistakes in reading their Bible through misapplication, misinterpretation, or misunderstanding.
This article shows how God's justice and love are displayed through Jesus' suffering on the cross working out our atonement.