Not How We Would Have It
The need of the hour is for Christian men and women to have their minds and hearts shaped by Scripture. In a... Read More
A Cultural Moment for Revival?
While our culture continues to slip into chaotic depravity, more and more people are voicing their fears and frustrations. What will become... Read More
Not Easily Offended
A friend of mine has often reminded me that most friendships among professing believers cannot bear more than a single offense. People... Read More
Before Time Began
The Bible is structured by architectonic principles. Reformed theologians have, by and large, agreed that all of God’s special revelation is structured... Read More
The “Leading” of the Spirit
Deep down, we’re all intrigued by the mystical. Many find it to be more “spiritual” if they experience something working powerfully and... Read More
A Brother in Need. . .
Close ministerial friendships are one of the kind gifts of God. Myriad have been the examples of close friendships shared by ministers... Read More
God’s Love for the Believer is as. . .
One of the most challenging trials for believers during our pilgrimage through this dark and fallen world is to truly believe and... Read More
The Typical–Spiritual Exodus
The exodus is the great redemptive act of the Old Testament. There is no other act of God that so clearly captures... Read More
In the realm of the theological sciences, no subject is as difficult to navigate as that of Old and New Testament textual... Read More
The Real World?
When I was a teenager, MTV aired a show called “The Real World.” It ran from 1992 to 2017. It was a... Read More