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Why Seminary Can't Fully Train Pastors
Ill-equipped and unprepared to spiritually shepherd a flock, many pastors are surprised to find the job unfulfilling and difficult. Seminary may have prepared them to write an exegetical sermon, but...
by Jack Lee
The Chorus In The Chaos
Is God Necessarily the All-Determining Reality?
Somehow, the idea of God as determining all things to happen according to a divine “blueprint” has sunk deeply into both scholarly and popular/folk religion especially in America.
Roger E. Olson
Even if God is in control of all of history, which he is, a Christian does not know what purpose God has for historical events that transpire outside the scope of Scripture.
by D. G. Hart
Putting the Protest in Protestant
Are Women Children?
Are Christian people honestly to think that one half of God’s created human family is to remain silent?
by Anne Kennedy
Larry Norman, Jesus and the Devil: A Conversation With Greg Thornbury
“Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?” was a question disguised as a game-changing statement: All music was God’s music.
by Esther O’Reilly
Are Evangelicals Guilty of Spiritual Abortion?
Evangelicals are rightly known for our line-in-the-sand, hill-to-die-on stand against abortion. But are we guilty of something far worse?
by Josh Daffern
The Bible and Culture
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