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Articles by John Piper

An Open Letter to Naegle Signs

John Piper
7 reasons why sexually stimulating advertisements are destructive to society.
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Sky Rider, Eternal Home, and Everlasting Arms

John Piper

There is none like God, O [Israel],
who rides through the heavens to your help,
and in his majesty through the skies.
The eternal God is your dwelling place,
And underneath are the everlasting arms

"He rides through the heavens…"

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On the Way to Criminalizing Christian Truth-Telling

John Piper
Protecting persons with “preferences” should not automatically mean protecting them when they perpetrate their preferences.
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Teenage Resolutions: For Mom and Dad

John Piper
16 resolutions for maintaining a healthy relationship between child and parent.
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Does Unconditionality Conceal the Remedy?

John Piper
There is a precious experience of peace and assurance in the Christian life that is not unconditional.
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Pray for the Pastor's Conference

John Piper
John Piper introduces the subject and speakers for the sixth annual pastors conference.
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Contracts, Covenants, and Self-Deification

John Piper
The person who pleases God makes a covenant, knowing that it may hurt to keep it, but does not change.
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Between Resignation and Triumphalism

John Piper
Neither resignation nor triumphalism is a safe place to live and minister.
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How Dangerous Is Our Faith?

John Piper
If unstable people are often drawn to religion as a way of expressing their moral delusions, it may not mean that true religion is the problem.
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Why and How I Am Tweeting

John Piper
Thoughts on using Twitter for God's glory.
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A Prideful Arrogant Little Prayer

John Piper

Andrew Klavan, 54, is a writer of thrillers. His latest novel, and his first aimed at "young adults" (grades 8-11) is The Last Thing I Remember

He recently described his move from Judaism to Atheism to Christ. His interview

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Render to Caesar the Things That Are Caesar’s

John Piper
Beware of rendering too much to Caesar the way Pilate did (John 19:12). And when you render to Caesar do it only “for the Lord’s sake.”
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Some Wonderful Words of Fear

John Piper
17 verses about fearing the Lord.
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Has the Church Been Disarmed by the World?

John Piper
Has the church come to depend on the world for too much of our education, leisure, entertainment and interpretation of current events?
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Should Colleges Indoctrinate?

John Piper
Indoctrination is not the only alternative to faith-weakening education.
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Roosevelt High, Vice Presidential Debates, and the End of Civil Discourse

John Piper

My son Benjamin is a junior at Roosevelt High School. So I have been watching the tensions. Homecoming activities were cancelled recently because of fear of violence. School was closed early one day and cancelled another day because of dangerous…

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One Reason God Created Singing and Poetry

John Piper

In the Religious Affections Jonathan Edwards ventures this explanation of why there is song and poetry

And the duty of singing praises to God, seems to be appointed wholly to excite and express religious affections. No other reason can be…

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How Not to Read a Parable

John Piper

In the parable of the tenants, the owner of the vineyard finally sends his son to collect the fruit that the tenants refused to give to his servants. The tenants had beaten and killed the servants. But the owner says…

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A Preaching Plan for the Fall

John Piper

I believe the Lord is calling us to seek him earnestly this fall concerning forms and focuses of church life for our future. We will do this in at least three ways: Preaching, Praying and Discussing

Sunday mornings and Wednesday…

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