This article looks at four things the Bible says about anger: its destructive power, its basic goodness, how it goes wrong, and redeeming anger.
Your path will cross someone full of anger towards you. How should you deal with angry people? This article suggests five ways.
Anger is the result of sin but also the common cause of sin. This article explains how.
Anger isn’t the opposite of love. Does this mean that it is right to be angry? The article contends that we are commanded to be angry. The difference is what makes you angry. Here a distinction between healthy anger and toxic anger is discussed
David Powlison answers the question of whether anger is morally neutral or conditioned.
The author of this article looks at Psalms as the depiction of all parts of a religious emotional life. WIth this in mind, and with the conviction that all of Scripture speaks about Christ, this article looks at how the Book of Psalms reveals the emotions of Christ, such as his anger, compassion, grief, hope and joy.
People have more anger than they think. The reason is that anger disguises itself. The control of anger is imperative in all types of relationships.