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Do the Gospels Borrow from Pagan Myths?

Connections between pagan practices and later patterns in Christian worship or holiday celebrations may be interesting—but these links have nothing to do with whether New Testament accounts of the life of Jesus are historically accurate.

How Should a Pastor Handle Criticism? This Book Gives Excellent Advice

Pastors are sinners dealing with sinners, so criticism is inevitable while ministering in a fallen world.

Author Interviews – John D. Wilsey “God’s Cold Warrior”

John D. Wilsey “God’s Cold Warrior”

Fred Sanders: A Comparative and Constructive Confession of Union with Christ (Norton Lecture 3/3)

Fred Sanders: Evangel and Epistle on Union with Christ (Norton Lecture 2/3)

Fred Sanders: A Credal and Credible Account of Union With Christ (Norton Lecture 1/3)

Presidential Forum: A Conversation with Albert Mohler and Jason Allen

Author Interviews – William F. Cook “Jesus’s Final Week”

Author Interview

3 Foundational Truths to Fight Our Fears

Wherever you find fearful people in Scripture you repeatedly find God’s response, “Do not fear!” or “Don’t be afraid!”

The Sons of God in Genesis 6: Sons of Seth, Fallen Angels or Something Else?

Regardless of which interpretation is correct, the main point is plain: humanity was falling deeper and deeper into sin and running farther and farther away from God.

Bookstore Events: James M. Hamilton | “Typology – Understanding the Bible’s Promise-Shaped Patterns”

James M. Hamilton discusses his new book Typology – Understanding the Bible’s Promise-Shaped Patterns.

5 Ways to Encourage Your Pastor

In our fallen world, sin knows no boundaries, sheep bite, wolves creep into churches, and life is hard.

Does the Great Commission Require Biblical Counseling?

Biblical counseling is part of Christ’s marching orders for every local church.

Do Inconsistencies in the Gospels Undermine Scripture’s Inerrancy?

If you’re a skeptical reader of Scripture, be honest about your questions. Pray about the concern, study the text carefully, and pose questions to a trusted source.

Humility Is the Main Ingredient of Prayer, Repentance, and Thanksgiving

Prayer is humble because when we pray, we are saying that God is merciful and mighty, that He is wise and sovereign, and that He knows far better than us what is best for us.

“The Word Did It All”: The Necessity of Preaching According to the Protestant Reformers

The common thread from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries was the faithful, clear, passionate preaching of God’s Word combined with holding fast to the doctrine of justification by faith alone.

How Do We Process the Scariest Passage in All of Scripture?

For the true Christian, the question is not “Am I perfect?” (Christ’s imputed righteousness has already met that need), but “Do I know Jesus?” Or better still, “Does Jesus know me?”

Our Groaning Joy

The people of God are living “in this hope”—the time between the advents of Christ when our joy is mingled with the countless “groanings” associated with a fallen world.