This article is an interview with a Christian banker about the relationship between his faith and his work. The author asks questions regarding loans, usury, materialism and witnessing in the banking world.
What is the role of women in the church? This article considers some of the scriptural data on the matter before discussing whether they may exercise leadership in the church, particularly in the special offices.
This article looks at church discipline, but starts with focusing on the Christian life in general as a disciplined life. It then continues by looking at the church as a disciplined community, and at love as the dominant feature of Christian discipline.
This article interacts with the question of whether a confession like the Westminster Confession of Faith should ever be changed. It discusses why we should not change the confession, what is lost when churches do change the confession, and why the confession is important for us today.
In this article on postmillennialism, the author first focuses on how it was viewed in history. He then continues by showing different strands of postmillennialism, after which he discusses the distinctives of this view in eschatology (universal proclamation of the gospel, the conversion of Israel and the fulness of the Gentiles, and the coming of the Antichrist).
This article is about postmodernism and the message the church has in this time. The author discusses reality, radicalism and relationships, and also the challenges postmodernism poses to the church, church planting and evangelism.
Do your past failures, or your regrets about the past, inhibit you from living for the Lord today? This article provides a sample case in order to help you work through your struggle, and move forward in your life of faith.
How do you master the twin challenge of maintaining times of prayer and personal Bible study? This article suggests it is helpful to approach the reading and studying the Scriptures as if you were about to have a meal, in order to get the most out of the bread of life.
Anger is a besetting sin for many Christians. This article explains that anger is not an illness, it can be right, and it is most often foolish. The author goes on to discuss how to deal with the anger of others.