The Gospel Is Bad News for Bad News

The gospel’s eternal good news will one day be the eternal death of bad news. [Read more…]

Some Unoriginal Thoughts on the Historical Adam

A better way of arguing for a literal historical Adam is theological, not scientific. [Read more…]

A New Initiative: The Center for Baptist Renewal

CBR is a group of conservative, evangelical Baptists committed to a retrieval of the Great Tradition of the historic church for the renewal of Baptist faith and practice. [Read more…]

Salvation by “Faith” Alone or “Allegiance” Alone?

It should go without saying that a book that gets both Schreiner and McKnight talking is worth dealing with yourself. [Read more…]

Curiosity Won’t Kill the Christian: A Conversation with Barnabas Piper

Christians struggle with questions—let’s be honest. We don’t know which questions to ask, which questions are “too far,” or how to rightly question God himself. [Read more…]

Theology, Church History, and Guarding the Good Deposit

We should reap the long-lasting benefits of deep community, sound doctrine, and knowing the saints before us. [Read more…]

When the Book of Revelation Takes a Swing at a Roman Emperor

John used the imagery of Jesus holding seven stars to take a swing at the Roman emperor Domitian. [Read more…]

Did Jesus Call a Woman a Dog?

On a recent episode of Word Matters, we discussed a question raised in Matthew 15, “Did Jesus call a woman a dog?” [Read more…]

How Often Should We Take the Lord’s Supper?

Can you imagine a Sunday morning without a sermon and a song? How, then, can we so quickly push aside the Lord’s Supper? [Read more…]

Why the 5 Solas Still Matter Today

The 5 solas of the Reformation still echo in our world and our lives today, if we’re willing to listen. [Read more…]