If you think that worship equals singing, A Taste of Heaven: Worship in the Light of Eternity by RC Sproul is a must-read book for you.
“Spiritual formation” is a hot topic today. But does it work? The Old Testament prophet Haggai would answer no. Spiritual formation is “an intentional Christian practice with the goal of developing spiritual maturity that leads to Christ-likeness.” This theology is based on the premise that doing certain practices (typically daily prayer, fasting, solitude, confession and/or […]
Which of our many doctrinal differences should Christians worry about? After all, one person’s heresy is another person’s minor difference of opinion.
Emergent Theology claims theological certainty is an idol, but Paul claims the authority to speak on behalf of God.
How do you recognize a group which claims to represent genuine, apostolic Christianity but in reality does not? Here are 5 questions that separate “the sheep” from “the wolves.”
I blog frequently on tips and tools for improving your Bible study skills, but what about discernment when listening to others?
Does God have a “one-plan-fits-all” calling for women: marry, conceive children, raise children and become a grandmother?
Understanding what it means to “abide in Christ” is one of the major themes of 1 John.
Today we often seek preachers who tell us stories, make us laugh, and tickle our ears with poetry and platitudes. We would rather listen to Jon Stewart than Jonathan Edwards. We ought to think critically about how far we have slipped down the slope of valuing style over substance.
Fallen heroes teach us that we need more than an earthly hero. Throughout biblical history, God gave us fallen heroes and failed solutions to prepare us for the only solution that works.
Solomon had real wisdom to offer a broken world. Yet, he failed to learn the most important lesson: Solomon valued the gift of wisdom more than the Giver of the gift.
The story is tragic in part because he expected an animal, but also because his vow reveals his lack of faith in God.
At one time, Christians were passionate about knowing God. Today we seem more intent upon knowing ourselves. God is being re-imaged before our very eyes. Who are you God? is the question we answer through a study of the attributes of God.
Can I resist the working of God’s grace in my life to the point where I am no longer saved?