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.
When God accomplishes radical transformation in us, he does not eliminate any part of what makes us human. Instead, he calls us to live the Christian life with all our human faculties. This article addresses the comments that some make that when it comes to our sanctification, we are completely passive. It shows how Christlikeness requires effort.
This article discusses the saying among Christians, "What would Jesus do?" It highlights the history of the phrase, its contemporary usage, and then explains the problem with the saying. In doing so, it engages with the rebuttal that the saying is valid when Scripture speaks of following the example of Christ.
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.
What is the relationship between Christ and Christian ethics? The article asks the question: If Christians are what they are by virtue of their participation in Christ, then what room is left for human ethical activity? What is the relationship between grace and morality? Webster wants to explore this relationship by giving close attention to the New Testament material on the imitation of Christ.