Scripture

Why we need faithful preaching—even when it doesn’t seem to apply to us

If you want to be trained, mature, and ready for the good works God’s prepared for you to do each day, learn his Word well—even when it feels like he’s talking to someone else.

The Council of Nicaea did not create the canon of Scripture

One idea that has yielded dangerous consequences is the notion that the Council of Nicaea (AD 325), under the authority of Roman emperor Constantine, established the Christian biblical canon.

Are there degrees of sin?

So, does Scripture teach there are degrees of sin? The answer is, yes, but in making such an affirmation one can never relativize the serious nature of all sin

Does pop culture fit into the cultural mandate?

God did not just make humans who could make culture. God specifically says that humans should make culture to reflect him as Creator.

The ministry goal no one talks about

I seriously doubt that I will ever see someone else complete the exposition of the New Testament in such a thorough way to one local church ever again. But I hope you’d consider making it your goal.

Author Interview: Timothy Paul Jones explains why the Bible is still trustworthy

A conversation with Timothy Paul Jones about his new book, “Why Should I Trust The Bible?”

Author Interview: Thomas R. Schreiner on Handbook on Acts and Paul’s Letters

Thomas R. Schreiner discusses his latest book “Handbook on Acts and Paul’s Letters”

Author Interview: R. Albert Mohler Jr. on “Acts 13-28 For You”

R. Albert Mohler Jr. discusses his newest book “Acts 13-28 For You” on mapping the explosive multiplying of the church

The Bible is the story of us

The Bible is a beautiful, unique text, and its story informs ours.

Should a pastor use Greek and Hebrew in his sermon?

5 steps to using Greek and Hebrew in your sermons (without boring your church)

The centrality of Scripture yesterday, today and forever

The errors that Luther countered in 1517 and throughout the Reformation have persisted even into our own day.

How to remember the Bible passages you memorize

I know this might sound like a lot of effort but it is worth every second to have God’s word stored up in our hearts.