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Pleased to Meet You. Hope you Guess My Name by Carl Trueman
Frankly, in a couple of years it will not matter how much urban ink you sport… maintaining biblical sexual ethics will be the equivalent in our culture of being a white supremacist.
Courtesy of The Sacred Sandwich
Christian Values Can’t Save Anyone by Albert Mohler
Christian values are the problem. Hell will be filled with people who were avidly committed to Christian values. Christian values cannot save anyone and never will. The gospel of Jesus Christ is not a Christian value, and a comfortability with Christian values can blind sinners to their need for the gospel.
How Church Discipline Can Be Like Doctor Shopping by Russell Moore
Your affirmation of an unrepentant and fugitive-from-discipline church member isn’t an act of love or mercy. It’s an act of hatred.
A Dying Pastor’s Letter by Erik Raymond
A friend of mine’s pastor recently penned a letter to the editor in his town newspaper. Apparently this has been a regular occurrence for the man. This time the letter is written under a different set of circumstances. Robert is dying of cancer.
Promoting Modesty in Our Teenage Daughters by The Gospel Coalition
Wonderfully biblical related article: Cracking the Dress Code by Jen Wilkin
When You Preach a Lousy Sermon by Justin Buzzard
My prayer for you and me is that the gospel of God’s grace would get bigger and bigger in our lives. As it does, we will get over our lousy sermons faster and rest in the fact that we stand on a solid rock, not the sinking sand of preaching performance.
Christian Karma by Mike Lee
Karma is the basic idea of Buddhism that says what goes around comes around. Or put another way, the universe operates on a cause and effect basis. If I do something good, something good will happen to me. If I do something bad, something bad will happen to me. Can Christians believe a “Christianized” version of karma?