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Justification Isn’t Just About Me
The Cross calls me to cross the pew.
One-on-One with John Lindell on ‘Soul Set Free’
“There are a lot of people in the church who are trying so hard, but if we don't understand grace, we can't give what we don't have.”
What Dostoyevsky’s Prostitute Can Teach Us About the Cross
Crime, punishment, and Christ's easy yoke.
500 Years After Luther, We Still Feel the Pressure to Be Justified
Luther's law/gospel insight is as brilliant as ever—especially in 21st century America.
Surprised by N.T. Wright
The Bible scholar's goal is to massively revise the way we talk about the Christian faith. By many accounts, he's already succeeded.
Big Theology for Little Kids
Thanks to catechism, my young ones can tell you a thing or two about justification, salvation, and repentance.
What's His Is Ours
Christ's righteousness belongs to those who receive by faith God's promise of forgiveness.
Thoughts from a Simple-Minded Jesus Lover
The great gay Christian debate is never-ending, one-dimensional, and somewhat pointless.
How Faith Works
The volcanic issue of "Lordship Salvation" is still emitting the smoke and fumes of controversy.
'Behavior Doesn't Interrupt Your Relationship with Christ': A Recipe for Disaster
A Wesleyan Arminian perspective on God's grace and the gravity of sin.
Let's Not Cut Christ to Pieces
Struggling with homosexuality is a paradox, but embracing homosexuality is a contradiction.
Exodus International's Alan Chambers Accused of Antinomian Theology
While media outlets made much of Exodus shift on reparative therapy for gay Christians, theologians parsed president's understanding of salvation.
Not an Academic Question
Pastors tell how the justification debate has changed their ministry.
The Justification Debate: A Primer
Two of the world's most prominent pastor-theologians on justification—and what difference it makes.
Christ Alone
Why indulgences are still a bad idea.
The Post-Neuhaus Future of Evangelicals and Catholics Together
Charles Colson says the convert to Catholicism helped break down the most important barrier.
Keeping the End in View
How the strange yet familiar doctrine of theosis can invigorate the Christian life.
It's Not Broke, So Fix It
New EFCA statement of faith clarifies positions on controversial doctrines.
A Multifaceted Gospel
Why evangelicals shouldn't be threatened by new tellings of the Good News.

Top Story September 23, 2020

Thai Church Holds Record-Breaking Baptism Despite COVID-19
Thai Church Holds Record-Breaking Baptism Despite COVID-19
“We believe it is the merciful hand of God to allow the gospel to spread at this crucial time.”

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