Brave Words with a Broken Heart
The Unusual Boldness of the Apostle Paul
Aug 7, 2020
Boldness without gentleness betrays the unrelenting kindness of God. Gentleness without courage betrays the God who never compromises.
‘This Word Must Be Preached’
John Piper’s Call to the Pastorate
Oct 14, 2019
On the fortieth anniversary of John Piper’s call to be a pastor, Justin Taylor tells the story of a sleepless night, a journal, and a word burning to be spoken.
The Great Vision of Christian Education
Ten Foundational Truths
Aug 18, 2015
Christian education is as big as God and his revelation. It goes beyond parenting and teachers and classroom instruction to infuse every aspect of the Christian life. It involves not merely donning gospel-centered glasses when we study “spiritual” subjects, but seeing everything in relation to God.
The Escalating Conflict
Tuesday of Holy Week
Apr 15, 2014
On Tuesday of Holy Week, the chief priests, scribes, and elders moved on Jesus to lay four traps for the Messiah.
No Turning Back
Monday of Holy Week
Apr 14, 2014
Jesus knew the heart of man — and that the acclaim of his disciples and the crowd was built on a messiah of their own imagination. It made for no meek and mild Monday.
Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer
Oct 2, 2007
Jesus’ “high priestly prayer” (John 17) is only about 650 words. It takes only 3 minutes and 30 seconds to read it aloud. But it will take all eternity for us to fully understand it I recently found…
Unbelief in an Elder's Children
Feb 1, 2007
1 Timothy 3:4-5 He must manage his own household well, with all dignity keeping his children submissive, for if someone does not know how to manage his own household, how will he care for God’s church Titus 1:6 …
What Is Plagiarism?
Jan 23, 2006
The definition of plagiarism, why it's a problem, and how to avoid it.
The City of God and the City of Man: Recommended Reading on Christian Engagement in Culture
Jul 20, 2005
Suggested books and articles on Christians and civic life.
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