Jesus referred to an “hour” that was coming in his life and ministry. John Stott writes about what Jesus meant by this.
How should the church respond to Chreasters, those who attend on Christmas and Easter? Is there anything we can do to keep them coming? I think there is and it isn’t very complicated.
Moses warned the Israelites to not add or subtract from the commands of Scripture. We would do well to heed this warning. How does this apply to us in 2013?
Certain new theologians dispute original sin, which is the only part of Christian theology which can really be proved.
We complain when God steps in to eliminate evil. We complain when he allows evil. We try to judge the judge, but we cannot have it both ways.
In the debate over homosexual marriage, we must maintain perspective. We can press for external conformity or be used by God to bring internal change.