The Importance and Balance of Pure Doctrine and Love In the Counseling Process

Introduction In the foreword of the book Psychobabble, John MacArthur wrote, We who know the Lord, who have His Word, and who are indwelt by His Spirit are entrusted with too many heavenly resources to be mucking about with the utterly bankrupt wisdom that is the best...

A Few Reflections For This Christmas Morning

Merry Christmas! I wanted to take a moment of time to write a very brief reflection on Christmas. Take some time to ponder what is written below as you enjoy this wonderful time of year! It truly is one of my favorite parts of the year. I love the spirit of giving,...

The Danger of Aesop and Role Models: The Bible as a Resource Book

Ours is a trivial age, and the church has been deeply affected by this pervasive triviality....Ours is a self-absorbed, human-centered age, and the church has become, sadly, even treasonably self-centered.[1] While God wants to give us everlasting life, we settle for...

The Reformation: A Matter of Interpretation (Part 1)

The date was October 31, 1517.  A young Augustinian monk nailed a list of ninety-five points of disagreement with the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church.  His name, of course, was Martin Luther.  Most people in the sphere of Christendom know his name.  However,...

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Relevance: A Case Study

Relevance. Is God’s word relevant for today?  Has the Church become an irrelevant relic of the past, or does the Church of Jesus Christ (not of latter day saints) still have something to offer our current postmodern, post-Christian culture? There are many who believe...

Does Grace Allow Christians to Judge Others?

"Don't judge me!" In our age of tolerance, this statement has become a mantra used to stifle moral pronouncements and avoid responsibility for behavior. Some Christians might even say this to mean, "Don't tell me how to live; I'm under grace!" or accuse those who...