Putting the Protest in ProtestantHell Is Not (a problem) Reserved for Calvinists
Unless you are a universalist (you believe everyone will be saved), you believe that some people are going to hell (easier to imagine for historical figures like Hitler).
Preventing GraceA Treatise Against Virtue Signaling
The most difficult thing in the world in the world, I often think, is to face the reality of evil head on.
Bible and CultureThe Unseen Realm — Part Six
My own mantra is— ‘God reveals enough of the future to give us hope, but not so much that we don’t have to live by faith ever day.'
Christian CrierTop 7 Bible Verses For Blessing A New Home
Moving into a new home is an exciting time because it brings new beginnings and hope for dreams fulfilled. Whether you are a newly married couple, a family starting a new journey in... [Read More]
Ponder AnewWhy WOULD Anyone Sing in Church These Days?
Why don’t people sing in church anymore? A quick trip down Google’s memory lane reveals that the internet has been talking about this regularly since at least 2012. And... [Read More]
FaithWalkersWhy I've Stopped Singing in Your Church
I love music. Truly I do. I love to sing. But you wouldn’t know it on Sunday morning when I visit your church. I’m not talking to all of you, of course. I’m sure many churches,... [Read More]
Anxious BenchAn Open Letter to the ESV Translation Committee
I’m not a biblical translator, or even a biblical scholar. I’m a historian. As a historian, I was intrigued when I heard the news that “the Permanent Text of the ESV Bible” had... [Read More]
Jesus CreedThe New Stealth Translation: ESV
The word is now out that Crossway has said the ESV is now as unchangeable as the law of the Medes and Persians and thus the publisher/translators have stood back in admiration of... [Read More]
Give Us This Day
Kermit Zarley Blog
E-Squared Media Network
Eternal Perspectives, with Randy Alcorn
The Northampton Seminar