What makes idolatry so attractive? This article explains the charm of idolatry, and how replacement gods ultimately don't deliver what they promise.
The Bible condemns idolatry. How can you tell if you are an idolater or not? The article explains that you can tell by knowing what rules your heart.
How can you make the best of your suffering? This article suggests avoiding the temptation to succumb to idolatry—hanging contentment on Christ plus something. The article explains this by looking at possible idols from your past, present, and future. It issues the call to train ourselves to delight in all that Christ has done for us.
Wright surveys the way the early church viewed war. He demonstrates how complex the views were during the period of the early martyrs, i.e. the first three centuries. The prominence of idolatry in the Roman army complicated the attitudes of Christians. The church did not function with a worked-out public ethics.
What is idolatry? Idolatry is being discontent with who God is and what he has done for you, in that you look elsewhere for satisfaction.
Idolatry is a reflection of the desire of fallen human nature to be lord of what one worships. This article explains.
Why is idolatry by far the most frequently discussed sin in the Bible? It is a problem of the heart, the chief object of God's concern since from the heart issues everything. Yet idolatry is also a social problem. This article considers the interplay between our hearts and the situation that surrounds us, and the implications this has for counselling issues.