Historically, the United States has been a culturally Christian country. What I mean by that, is that our cultural values have been based on Biblical principles. I do not subscribe to the notion that the U.S. was ever a ‘Christian nation’, however the culture has been heavily influenced by Christianity. This is both good and … More How do we love and engage with our unbelieving friends without compromising our testimonies?
Monday before last, in my essay The More Sure Word, I wrote about the fact that Jesus appealed to Scripture, rather than His own say-so or visible witness. As I stated in the post, the Son of God appealing to Scripture is a powerful witness to its authority. Yesterday and today, in my daily reading for the … More Moses accuses you
It is typical of women’s churchanity to appeal to the emotions of ladies. There is this basic assumption that women want everything to be about feelings, heart longings, and romance. I realize that may be true of a large percentage of women, but there are also ladies like myself. Frankly, all of the emotional, all-the-feels-plus-romantic-Jesus-is-your-boyfriend nonsense … More Will God give you the desires of your heart?
There is a pattern of struggle in the professing church that puzzles me: a famine of the Word. What I mean by this is that many professing believers spend little if any time reading their Bibles. It is a crazy situation when you think about it. Would we expect infants to grow, or even survive … More The More Sure Word