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Jul 25

Illustrating the Truth by Adam McClendon

illustrations are often a critical part of preaching and can help crystalize truth. However, illustrations that are not developed or used well can actually distract or mislead from the truth and, in some cases, call your credibility into question.

May 19

Covid-19 Vaccines and Abortion-Derived Human Cell Lines by J. Alan Branch

How do I respond when a profoundly effective method of preventing disease – vaccination – intersects with my moral opposition to abortion?

Jul 20

A Pastors Thoughts on Reading Augustine by Jonathon Woodyard

The progress I’ve made in Augustine is minimal, but I would like to offer my current thoughts on reading this intellectual giant.

Jul 20

A Pastor’s Thoughts on Reading Augustine by Jonathon Woodyard

The progress I’ve made in Augustine is minimal, but I would like to offer my current thoughts on reading this intellectual giant.

Nov 2

Medical Marijuana and Christian Ethics by J. Alan Branch

Willie Nelson may be America’s most famous marijuana user. In a recent interview in Rolling Stone, he said: “It’s nice to watch [marijuana] being accepted — knowing you were right all the time about it: that it was not a killer drug. It’s a medicine.”[1] Nelson’s description of marijuana as “medicine” reflects wider confusion in […]

Oct 28

Why Apologetics Needs Missionaries by Loren Skinker

Only a humble, church-focused, Christ-centered missionary spirit can save apologetics.

Aug 17

Medical Marijuana and Christian Ethics by J. Alan Branch

When listening to claims about medical marijuana, remember Proverbs 14:15, “The naïve believes everything, but the sensible man considers his steps.”

Jul 1

Gospel Implications For Racial Reconciliation by Grace Pike

God’s work throughout redemptive history—namely Christ’s life, death, and resurrection—has definitive implications for the way we should view racial reconciliation.

Dec 5

Reflections on the Death of John Allen Chau by Scott Dunford

Christ’s mandate to go does not give license to recklessness any more than our culture’s disapproval gives permission to disobedience.

Jan 14

Spurgeon, Atonement, and Your Life in Christ by Aaron Lumpkin

Spurgeon knew that the power of the cross of Christ led the people of God to be on mission for God.

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