Monthly Archives: June 2020


Stumbling on the Path of the Apostles

Is there room for amazing grace in our call to uncompromising faithfulness? Some have asked me what path the church should take today. I answer: Unquestionably, the path of the apostles. That is, follow...


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Can the Church Save Marriage?

Matrimony rates are in decline, even among conservative Christians. Here’s what that means for the future. For Rachel, the educational phase of her life was about freedom and independence, not commitments. She met plenty...


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What Is Christian Hedonism?

What is Christian hedonism and why is it a threat to the Christianity of the Bible? Hedonists Hedonists are those who practice hedonism, and hedonism is the pursuit of pleasure or sensual… [[ This...


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Bostock Is as Bad as You Think

We cannot stake religious liberty on a “wait and see” approach. In the aftermath of Monday’s Bostock decision, a common refrain issuing from social media and various articles has been, “Yes, this decision is...


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The Hidden Figures of the Church

From Fannie Lou Hamer to Breonna Taylor, black women can no longer be erased from the push for racial justice. As evangelical organizations and white pastors speak out with new urgency to declare “black...


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