Christians have always wrestled with the question of how to live in and engage most faithfully the culture around us. That challenge has, perhaps, never been more difficult than it is at this moment. The moral and intellectual foundations of Western nations, and those influenced by them, are currently changing at an unprecedented velocity. This…
Francis Schaeffer’s “How Should We Then Live” after 40 years
I have a sacred mission to keep pastors and Christians reading the Greek New Testament for life. … it’s going to make them people who will proclaim clearly what the Scripture says and ultimately that’s the proclamation of the gospel. — Robert L. Plummer
At times we need to make certain we’re holding up our own confession of faith and making clear that this is not just what we believe, it’s who we are. … this book is a way of making clear for now and for future generations these are the truths we hold and hold boldly. — R. Albert Mohler Jr.