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In recent days, singer/songwriter Vicky Beeching announced that she is a lesbian, and that she disagrees with the historic Christian sexual ethic.

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Whether it’s the United States, England, Japan, or Cameroon, world culture looks like Levi’s jeans, Adidas shoes, Nike T-shirts, and a smartphone.

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The Arabic letter comes from the mark the ISIS militants are placing on the homes of known Christians. “N” is for “Nazarene,” those who follow Jesus of Nazareth.

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Fixing What's Broken

  • Liske_Jim_1Everywhere we look, it seems there’s a lot that needs fixing: tension between police and poor communities, political deadlock in Washington, children pouring over our borders to escape danger and poverty in their home countries. … What’s a follower of Jesus to do?

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Worship Arts

  • sooy1What is the most important element of a worship service? Talk to any room full of people and the debate would be endless. I have found it interesting that there is such a diverse range of opinions on the matter, yet when I teach on the topic of worship there is one element that never receives attention in answer to the query.

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  • AmbroseOfMilanThe highest privilege and delight of the heavenly citizens is to know and worship the one true God. They do not need to be admired or immortalized; they know and worship Him Who is above all admirable and Who grants life and immortality to all who love and obey Him.

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  • Being_the_Body_by_ColsonEach moment of life is a gift open to the possibility of eternity, and so what we do now matters for eternity. The gift of time enables us to prepare for an everlasting relationship with God.

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Featured Articles

  • Mohler_6Western society is currently experiencing what can only be described as a moral revolution. As the church responds to this revolution, we must remember that current debates on sexuality present to the church a crisis that is irreducibly and inescapably theological.

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  • If we ignore small problems such as broken windows, we will soon face much bigger problems. This also applies to religious liberty.

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  • Zacharias_140x190God has put enough into this world to make faith in Him a most reasonable thing. But He has left enough out to make it impossible to live by sheer reason alone. Faith and reason must always work together in that plausible blend.

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  • Johnston-MarkFides sola est quae justificat; fides quae justificat non est sola – "It is faith alone that justifies; but faith that justifies is never alone!" This isn’t just a statement about the alone-ness of faith as the means by which we receive God’s justifying grace, but something much more far-reaching.

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  • Moore_RussellMale violence against women is a real problem in our culture, one the church must address. Our responsibility here is not simply at the level of social justice but at the level of ecclesical justice as well.

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  • Wax_5The beauty of redemption, the horror of sin, the offer of grace — they all come into sharper focus when we consider the goodness of our Creator, expressed so clearly in His blessing of sun and rain.

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  • jillcarattiniweb3There are some churches that have a way of getting under your skin. For me, it also happened to be a church that got clay under my fingernails.

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  • Prison_80x108Now more than ever we need to rethink the connection between showing mercy to trespassers and seeking forgiveness for our own trespasses. Revival will come to America when Christians begin doing justice to the American prison system.

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  • Mattera_JosephThe greatest privilege believers have this side of heaven is our calling to represent God to this world.

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