I just finished watching the opening session of the Shepherd’s Conference, where Dr. John MacArthur preached on 2 Corinthians chapter 4. The theme of this year’s ShepCon is ‘We Preach Christ’ and it is a special one, as this is the 500th anniversary of the protestant reformation. My mind is still spinning with all of … More Paul’s Certain Convictions
I sat down at my kitchen table to eat lunch a little while ago, and decided to crack open my copy of John Calvin’s Golden Booklet of the True Christian Life. I’ve had this book for about 19 years, as it was required reading for a humanities course in college, but I have no memory … More The best feeling this side of eternity
This article on CNN came across my screen while perusing the news this morning. To be blunt, that is an ironic statement coming from the Pope, seeing as he is not a Christian himself. Dear reader, does that assertion shock you? That is precisely why I am writing this article today. The world at large, … More Pope Francis says it’s better to be an atheist than a greedy Christian
I’ve been thinking a lot about the Church lately: what it is, and what it is for. I have also had a lot of inquiries from folks about how to identify and find a good church. So for today’s post I thought it would be beneficial to examine and answer these questions, and point my … More What constitutes the Church, and what is its purpose?
Please begin by reading the passage below: When He had come back to Capernaum several days afterward, it was heard that He was at home. And many were gathered together, so that there was no longer room, not even near the door; and He was speaking the word to them. And they came, bringing to Him … More What is most important? God’s perspective vs. man’s
Today, being President’s Day, my children are home from school and my husband has the day off from work, so for today’s post I am going to offer up for your edification some articles, sermons and a video that I have recently enjoyed. I believe you will find it very edifying. Bruce of the Reasoned Cases … More Monday Mash-up
What is a fallacy? A quick google search of the word brings up this definition: Fallacy fal·la·cy /ˈfaləsē/ noun: a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument. There is a popular fallacy right now that you can be a Christian all while remaining unrepentant in a particular sin. Just this week, I came across multiple examples on … More The Fallacy of a LGBTQ Christian