What should you look for in a politician? Let’s begin with a fear of God.
Martin Luther brought the match, gasoline, and dry straw to ignite the fire of the 16th-century Reformation. Learn more about this mighty reformer.
In this podcast, we begin to walk through the life and teachings of Martin Luther. The mark left by Luther cannot be overstated, and we explain why.
Dear Diary, I do not pray, but if I did, I would pray that America becomes a secular nation. In time, with the right strategies, it could happen.
Is the Bible inerrant, or are there contradictions? We take up the question by looking at an alleged contradiction between Romans 4 and James 2.
It is not uncommon to hear another Christian pray about the common grace of God. So what is the common grace, and what does common grace tell us about God?
Taking dominion in the areas designated to you by God is hard work and requires taking responsibility.
What does it mean to be optimistic in your eschatology? I take on the question but ignore several others (for now).
It is not uncommon to hear someone say they follow Jesus but are not religious. However, the claim has a few holes.
In this podcast, we discuss God’s design for man and woman, and what marriage tells us about redemption.