Relativism is not just an idea. It manifests itself in a lifestyle. This article shows how relativism leads to the god of choice.
If Christ received the punishment for the believer's sin, can God still punish the Christian for his sins? This article looks at the evidence of how God dealt with His people in the Bible. Then it shows that God does punish sins of Christians, hence Christians are called to live a life of repentance and fighting against sin.
One of the objections given by unbelievers for joining the church is that Christians are hypocrites. Do you agree? Read how this article answers this question.
Church polity seeks to answer the question: how does Christ want things done in his church? This article shows that the fact that the church is one, holy, apostolic, and catholic has a beaning on the churches working together. These characteristics of the church call for a bond of churches. This article explains.
The truth that faith is a gift of God is a clear biblical teaching. How does God give this faith? This article answers this question.
The Heidelberg Catechism can be used for teaching, preaching, devotions, and Bible study. This article explains how.
How should Christians relate to homosexuals? This article considers two fundamental things that must structure the way Christians relate to them: the reality of sin, and the victory in Christ.
Revival is not something we do, but what God does in and through us. This article looks at some historical revivals to affirm this truth.
You want to have dating that is meaningful and truthful? Here are eight principles for you.
How the preacher views the congregation informs how he will preach. This article shows how preaching will be when the preacher thinks about the church as God's people. These lessons are drawn from Paul's letters.
Understanding the place of children in the Old Testament covenant as well as the continuity of the covenant is essential to embracing the biblical teaching on infant baptism. This article highlights this truth.
Are you Reformed? To answer this question you must know what it means to be Reformed. This article discusses some of the distinctives of Reformed doctrine, particularly its view of God, man, covenant, God's mercy, and human responsibility.
How should the minister view the congregation? How should the preacher address sin in the congregation? The author looks at the way Paul addresses the church, and what it means that the pastor is preaching to the church of Christ. He also looks at the place of the promises of God, faith and repentance in the preaching.