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Human narrative always deals with the problem of evil—without it there would be no stories at all.
Justin Holcomb shares some important statistics related to sexual assault in our country and around the world.
How does "God's glory in salvation through judgment" relate to the moral, ethical, social, economic, and political issues in our culture?
If a classic is a work that possesses the qualities that I ascribed to it, and if there are good reasons why some of our reading should be reading the classics, then how should we go about our reading of them?
Justin and Lindsey Halcomb answer myths and facts about sexual assault.
You can make more money, if you have some time and a work ethic. But can you make more time just because you have money?
In many ways the gospel is like a new language—it takes time.
Samuel James sets forth a distinctly Christian theology of technology, one that is profoundly realistic about its power, both for good and evil.
One of the benefits to reading the Bible is to understand the culture behind the text.
Pride is, by definition, idolatrous and insurrectionist because it is rooted in ingratitude. It glorifies the creature over against the Creator and claims the inheritance rights of image-bearers without acknowledging that we have these things …
These days, people are more comfortable sharing grief online and are perhaps more comfortable receiving expressions of caring that way too.
The gospel of Jesus cuts the nerve of hatred and anger and the bent to be a blaming person.
What am I going to do with the things of earth?
The Bible teaches that heaven has come down to us most wonderfully and assuredly in the person of Jesus Christ, to bring us back up to heaven.
A. S. Ibrahim talks about misconceptions that Muslims may have about Christianity and misconceptions that Christians may have about Islam which could even lead to ineffective evangelism.
In this video series (part 1), Dr. David Wells reflects on the message of his newest book, God in the Whirlwind: How the Holy-Love of God Reorients Our World.
Remember that God is good even outside of the gifts he often graciously bestows to his children.
We have a deep desire to be visible and valuable. We crave attention and want the approval of others.
Paul Tripp talks about the self-centeredness and self-righteousness that work together to deceive us into believing we’re always right and about the humility that cures this selfishness and radically changes us.
Dr. Robert P. George and Dr. Andrew Walker talk together about religious liberty, the common good, and the true heart of conservatism.
Bret Lott writes a guest post to accompany the publication of his newest book, Letters and Life: On Being a Writer, On Being a Christian, hoping his words can be of help to those thinking about being a writer.
William Lane Craig discusses how to respond to common arguments against Christianity that we often hear but may not know how to respond to.
Louis Markos answers the question: "If pain and evil exist, then how can your God be good?"
Paul Tripp discusses the toxic culture of reactivity full of anger, mockery, and disrespect that is so common to see on social media but also bleeds into our everyday relationships.
C. J. Mahaney reflects on how humility impacts an athlete.
John Piper recently spoke at Wheaton College, addressing the community with a talk entitled "Race, Repentance, and Rejoicing: Ethnicity in the Christian Church".
This is an interview with Courtney Reissig, author of The Accidental Feminist: Restoring Our Delight in God's Good Design.
Michael Reeves answers a number of questions from around the world about the topic of evangelicalism.