Can You Explain the Gospel?

There are many questions we have to answer each day: what will I wear to work or school? What's for breakfast? Lunch? And dinner? What project should I tackle first? How will I respond to this e-mail?  How will I accomplish this task? What will I say to this co-worker? How will I help this … Continue reading Can You Explain the Gospel?

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Why Christians Need to Stop Citing “All Things Are Lawful”

Justin Taylor: In his book, What Is the Meaning of Sex? (Crossway, 2013), Denny Burk explains why it is contrary to Paul’s intended meaning for us to cite “all things are lawful” (1 Cor. 6:12) as if it is something he approves. In fact, the context makes clear that this is actually something he is refuting: Almost … Continue reading Why Christians Need to Stop Citing “All Things Are Lawful”

Fighting by Banking on the Person and Work of Jesus Christ

I want to end with this few day pondering on 1 Cor. 10:13 with an illustration. There once lived a German monk who changed the world.  Martin Luther was his name, and he became the figure head of the Protestant reformation.  Many biographies have been written on him and they all contain one of Luther’s … Continue reading Fighting by Banking on the Person and Work of Jesus Christ