Monthly Archives: March 2016

5 Points on Helping Youth Think Through Transgenderism

Leaning on the recent statement from the American College of Pediatricians, Sean Nolan offers up some wisdom on how to teach our youth about Biblical sexuality in a world that is increasingly hostile to it and those who promote it. … Continue reading

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How Do You Respond to Others?

Here’s a question you may have never asked yourself, how do you usually respond to others in conversation? Not sure how to answer? I didn’t either when I was first asked, but Duane Elmer helpfully clarified it for me (and … Continue reading

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Suspending Judgment

Imagine you’re in the grocery store and an unkempt woman with ungroomed hair, sloppy dress, and neglected hygiene stands behind you. Her smell reaches your nostrils and her appearance makes you cringe. What would go through your head? What do … Continue reading

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Preaching By Laughter

Helmut Thielicke: Fellowship with (God the Father) bestows joy…it grants power to sing out with that liberated and defiant laughter… If I am in league with the Conqueror, shouldn’t there be something of the humor of the Christian man in … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

The Theology of Donald Trump. Michael Horton sheds needed light: “Trump reveals, in short, that for many evangelicals, the word evangelical means something that many increasingly do not recognize as properly Christian, much less evangelical. Then again, if the working … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

How to Deal with Skeptical Students Without Being a Jerk. There is some good wisdom here that can be applied across the board in dealing with people who may disagree with you. “As a professor, you don’t have to change the … Continue reading

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One, Necessary Duty

What is the most important duty for those who desire to love God and others well? Christine Hoover answers: At Christmas, I make caramelized popcorn as a gift for friends and neighbors. In order to perfect the caramel coating, the … Continue reading

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