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St. Paul takes the gospel literally into the public square challenginge the dominant cultural ideas of the day.

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Lots of people who don’t come the rest of the year–still go to church on Easter. Should we look down on them?

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Preparing for Easter, pray that unbelievers will encounter the grace and truth of Jesus Christ.

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The so-called “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” is back in the news and back in public conversation.

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Admittedly, every hymn was new at some point.

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  • Liske_Jim_1
    In the epistle to Philemon God issues a clear call for His people to welcome home ex-prisoners and embrace them as our spiritual kin. As the former pastor of a church that learned to take this calling seriously, I know that obedience in this area is often sometimes complicated, messy, and hard …    
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  • Tooley_Mark
    … How important hymns are to worship and learning the church’s theology, as well as connecting with the wider Body of Christ. I prefer sturdy old, proven hymns. But admittedly every hymn was new at some point.
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    We cannot understand the Church without seeing her as part of the sweeping story the Bible tells, and we cannot be faithful Christians without affirming God’s central role for the Church – the living Body of Christ. ...
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  • keller1

    ... Paul takes the gospel literally into the public square. ... He believed that the gospel had what it took to engage the thinking public, the cultural elites, and to challenge the dominant cultural ideas of the day. He was after converts of course ...
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  • Veith_Gene
    ... The tendency is sometimes to look down on “Christmas/Easter Christians.”  But the fact is, on these two days of the year, they show up.  Why is that? ...

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  • Mattera_Joseph
    … we have all witnessed serious leadership failure! It is no longer a surprise when we read about a high-level pastor, celebrity, sports figure or politician who is disgraced because of ethical or moral failure. …
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  • Burk_Denny2
    Not every purveyor of false teaching is a lackey of the Devil. We have examples in scripture where bona fide believers are the source of error in the church. …
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  • Mohler__2
    The so-called “Gospel of Jesus’s Wife” is back in the news and back in public conversation. The story first broke in a flurry of sensationalism back in September of 2012 when Smithsonian magazine declared that a papyrus fragment had been found which would “send jolts through the world of biblical scholarship.”    Read more >
  • Kauflin_Bob
    Many non-Christians are more likely to attend a Sunday meeting on "special" days like Christmas and Easter. Reasons vary. . . .  On a more profound level, they come because God is drawing them by his Spirit to hear the Good News of the Gospel.

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  • Brumbelow_Gary

    Pity the pastor who has to consider what could happen if he speaks the truth. Time was when the preacher set the tone and the church shaped the community. Now it’s more like the other way around. …
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  • Spurgeon

    … Let each of us who are called to the solemn work of the ministry remember that we are not called to lift up doctrine or church governments or particular denominations. Our business is to lift up Christ Jesus and to preach him fully. ...
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  • Mohler_5
    This false gospel can take many forms and can emerge from any number of political and cultural impulses. Nevertheless, the basic structure of moralism comes down to this — the belief that the Gospel can be reduced to improvements in behavior.     Read more >
  • Allen_Scott

    What is God’s glory? What does it mean to live in and for God’s glory? And why are we meant to do so? Scriptures across the Old and New Testaments witness to the nature of God’s glory.
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  • Mattera_Joseph
    Throughout its history, Christianity has had various eschatological views (beliefs on last things) that led it to non-engagement with surrounding cultures in favor of escapism ... In these views, the natural world is considered unimportant or evil, resulting in focusing only on the spiritual ideal and the next life.
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  • Phillips_Dan

    You don't need me to tell you that "love" is an important word, both in our culture and in the Bible. The problem is that English Bibles and American English speakers use that same word, "love," but with very different cargoes. In the immortal words of Inigo Montoya, "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it meansRead more >
  • Burk_Denny2
    ... Sometimes false teaching originates from outside of the church. Sometimes such teaching originates from within. The New Testament teaches that a more rigorous response is required when it arises within. …
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  • Goerke_John


    But he [Tony Jones] did insist on one, very nefarious, point. Christianity ought to be totally unconcerned about sexuality. It is a “lie” in his words “that issues of human sexuality are somehow central to Christian doctrine.” …

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  • Mattera_Joseph
    If you want to grow a church or organization, grow the leader! The following power principles maximize effectiveness, based on my more than three decades of church and marketplace ministry.
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  • Miller_Darrow2

    In the West today there is a rampant narcissism. There is no past and no future, only the endless present. There is no delayed gratification so that the future may be better for our children and grandchildren; there is endless consumption …
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  • Wax_5


    The World Vision decision was a tremor that warns us of a coming earthquake in which churches and leaders historically identified with evangelicalism will divide along all-too-familiar fault lines. Here are the three camps I see …

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  • George_Robby3

    One conservative Christian recently wrote that in the battle for traditional marriage, “Christians too often chose intolerance over charity when it came to how they treated gays.” Have we, as Christians, demonstrated a lack of love for gay people? 
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  • Leithart_Peter_2

    Leithart observed that the culture war over homosexuality is all but over and that Christians will be entering a time of conflict and (for some) suffering. Anyone who speaks plainly about what the Bible says will face the onslaught. ...
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  • Vicari4

    The Religious Left has a savvy way of convincing Millenials that to be compassionate and authentic, one must conform to popular culture by being “missional.” For a while, I bought into this lie because I did not want to stand out.
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  • Miller_Brian

    Much criticism of conservative Christians by liberal Christians ... say that by adamantly espousing some of the more controversial teachings of Christianity, we are harming the culture around us, turning away young people, and in turn harming the future of the Church and her witness.
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