FTC.co asks Jason Duesing, provost and professor of historical theology at Midwestern Seminary, “Why is hope important for our current cultural context?”
The fact that a new Christian happens to be famous does not mean they ought to be now held up as a Christian spokesperson.
Here’s a question, “Who have you won to Jesus or what policies have you influence through your political criticism and political pandering on social media?”
Let’s remember our favorite athletes are image-bearers.
When it comes to setting expectations about suffering, the Bible is second-to-none.
The local church should both embody and motivate a pro-life ethic that leads her people, in love, to meet those in darkness.
A democracy with a citizenry whose conscience is informed by Biblical categories offers the best chance for ensuring basic liberties and self-correcting abuses
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Trevin Wax about his new book examining expressive individualism.
We are made in the image of God and we’re made to reflect him. If that is true, and it is, then what we reflect on social media matters greatly.
Our guy may not be in the Oval Office, but whatever the result, we don’t need to trade our peace (or our confession) for a result which, compared to eternity, is surely so fleeting and transitory.