By way of a case study, this article considers appropriate steps to minister to those who are angry at God. It considers what such anger stems from, and also how such anger bears witness that we are designed for a lasting relationship with God.
Likening it to a confrontation with someone with a loaded gun, the author suggests how to engage with and disarm an angry person in your life.
Anger is the result of sin but also the common cause of sin. This article explains how.
Harbouring unrighteous anger destroys yourself and others, and undermines the reality of God’s forgiveness and sovereignty.
David Powlison answers the question of whether anger is morally neutral or conditioned.
This article looks at four things the Bible says about anger: its destructive power, its basic goodness, how it goes wrong, and redeeming anger.