This article advances several threats to the gospel today, such as attempts to make the gospel social, relevant, or kinder.
What is Satan's biggest strategy? This article shows that it is keeping people from seeing Christ (Christ-centredness). Christless Christianity is the challenge that is facing the church today. This challenge can be traced back to the Sadducces and the Pharisees. Christ is denied through the teaching that the gospel does not include the wrath of God, but only His love.
This article is about major principles of living the Christian life. The author describes how the Christian life will always have tension, the Christian life involves our whole life (all our faculties), and the Christian life receives Divine chastisement. The author also looks at regeneration and the concept of the crisis experience.
Tolerance does not mean that everyone is right. This article shows that Christians have the responsibility to maintain the claim that Christ is the only way to God. This is what they must witness to, without being intolerant.
What is a Christian? There are six common wrong ways to answer this question. There are four biblical answers to this question. This article reveals them.
This article looks at two examples of men who lived Christ-centred lives: 1st century Paul, and Charles Spurgeon. The author draws lessons from these men's lives and ministry to show how Christians today can develop the centrality of Christ in their lives.