Miles Stanford quote concerning Christian maturity. Maturity comes through the work of the Cross.
There are so many good writers on the ‘net. To narrow it down, I provide a list of four of my favorite Christian apologetics blogs for your consideration
Rev. Heath published a piece in the Huffington Post which purports to give a Christian response to bullies. I have two points of challenge for Rev. Heath. One based on something she didn’t say and one based on something she did say.
Parents and church leaders, the best thing we can do for the next generation is to renounce our selfishness and come to meet Jesus at the Cross in humility and submission. We need to confess where we have compromised and seek to recover the ground that was lost. We want to hear the words of Matthew 25:21, “well done good and faithful slave.” We need to live lives that point to the reality of the Gospel.
A recent post for bravefaith.org got a response from several angry atheists. I share the lesson I learned from this exchange in this post.
Jesus tells us that believers are the salt of the earth. What does it mean to be salt and what should it look like in 2012?
Attempts at Honesty has had two posts published at FaithVilage.com. Check out these posts and the other resources at this up-and-coming site.
Scripture is clear that sometimes the righteous will suffer persecution. In this Beatitude Jesus assures us that when this happens we are blessed.
A comment made by Martyn Lloyd-Jones in the introduction to a collection of his sermons on the Sermon on the Mount is still relevant today. We need to be honest about the Church’s failures, repent and begin again.
This post is a reaction to Paul Wallace’s article in the Huffington Post as to why he teaches evolution in the church. There are some underlying assumptions that need to be examined and this post is an attempt to do so.