In Mark 9:30-37 we find Jesus’ disciples identifying with power in the way our world normally does. Perhaps it’s a bit refreshing to know that even the disciples struggled with this. But as Christians who carry Christ in our name,... Continue Reading →
By Linda Moldovan [Photo cred, Andrew Neel] John Piper recently penned a piece on the upcoming presidential election that has incited a strong reaction from Christians of every stripe. Piper states that he will vote for neither candidate, and lays... Continue Reading →
My friend Daron George was kind enough to answer some questions regarding the black experience in America and how the church (particularly white evangelicals) should respond. Associate and Student Ministries Pastor at Orlando North (Altamonte Springs, Florida), Daron's passion... Continue Reading →
What does the Bible have to say about the "Black Lives Matter" and "All Lives Matter" Debate?
"What is James' response to the problem of evil?
Does James 5 teach that God will always heal?" and other questions answered by Dr. Craig Blomberg.]
Michael J. Gorman, a respected New Testament scholar, recently responded to churches wanting to reopen after President Trump announced his classification of houses of worship as essential. Below is Gorman's post followed by a short interview. [Gorman] A Brief Biblical... Continue Reading →
On May 2nd, 2020, six Romanian evangelical churches in the Chicago area informed the public and their governor of their decision to begin holding services with about 100 congregants per service (the current state-mandated limit is 10). Six pastors stated... Continue Reading →