Articles by Tyler Kenney
Jesus was, is, and always will be in a league of his own.
Many are happy to honor him as a good teacher and social reformer, and some religions even admit that he was a great prophet of God. But…Continue Reading
We’ve taken Solid Joys to a new level.
As of today, we are happy to announce that our daily devotional app is no longer restricted to Apple and Android mobile devices, but is now a fully functional website. We’re hoping…Continue Reading
At his second inauguration, Abraham Lincoln stood before a nation in civil war, deeply divided over great moral and political issues.
Citizens of both North and South feared God and thought they were in the right, but God had not…Continue Reading
If desiringGod.org existed solely as an English website, we would have the potential to reach effectively only about 6% of the world's population.
That's because less than 400 million people speak English natively.1 It is true that English continues…Continue Reading
It's been a long time since our last update on what translations we've been adding to this website. But God has continued to provide us resources, and we wanted to announce at least a few of those that have come…Continue Reading
Being a Christian doesn’t only mean that you assent to a certain set of doctrines. There are other equally important things that must be true. Jonathan Edwards explains.
It is essential to Christianity
- that we repent of our sins,
Statistics about religion in the Czech Republic, especially in the last 20 years, are startling:
According to the 2001 census, 59% of the country is agnostic, atheist or irreligious . . . . From 1991 to 2001, the number of…
In their 2010 year-end report, the Barna Group identified six major patterns emerging among Christians in America:
- The Christian Church is becoming less theologically literate.
- Christians are becoming more ingrown and less outreach-oriented.
- Growing numbers of people are less interested…
Many of you reading this are living alongside us in a post-Christian Western culture. One where the term evangelism is a bit outdated and to be missional is in vogue. Europe and North America have become more and more like…Continue Reading