Sometimes it helps to take a second look at what we think the Bible teaches. Even if you differ with the conclusions, you may find this article helpful.
Author: David Kowalski
The issue of whether or not God sees all sin as the same has serious implications.
When Christians misuse the term "need" it often results in spiritual harm.
Only poor parents fail to discipline their children and God is not a poor father.
Many Christians have a mistaken perception of Charles Spurgeon's view of defending the faith.
The Christian life is not just one of passively not doing wrong.
One exhortation I would offer to my fellow ministers is to stop whining about how hard the pastorate is.
The Old Testament teaches the doctrine of a literal and eternal hell.
It seems clear that when the dirt comes into His house, God does not find that tolerable.
I consider Molinism an important effort to bridge the gap between Calvinism and Arminianism.
Sometimes as we face overwhelming odds and seemingly impossible situations ahead of us, it helps to look back to our own past victories.
Parenting is the most important thing you will do.
When someone has run out of credible reasons for rejecting the gospel you proclaim or doctrine you teach, they may resort to a last ditch objection.
Unmerited favoritism toward relatives in hiring is common in the church, but should it be?
We have in Christ and in His words, objective, absolute Truth which has a sure foundation and by which we can test all truth claims.