1- “It is a poor sermon that gives no offense; that neither makes the hearer displeased with himself nor with the preacher.”
2- “If you are going to walk with Jesus Christ, you are going to be opposed … In our days, to be a true Christian is really to become a scandal.”
3- “God forbid that I should travel with anybody a quarter of an hour without speaking of Christ to them.”
4- “What! Get to heaven on your own strength? Why, you might as well try to climb to the moon on a rope of sand!”
5- “For, if we have not charity, we are not Christians: charity is the great duty of Christians.”
6- “We are immortal until our work on earth is done.” Continue Reading
There is no doubt that the Christian faith is under attack. The problem is that many Christians have no idea why they believe what they believe, and as a result, cannot defend their faith. Some Christians have attempted to read books by apologists in an attempt to grow in the ability to defend their beliefs only to become discouraged by the difficult reading level of many such books.
Craig’s On Guard is the solution to that problem. This book is written in an easy to understand format while, at the same time, providing a vast amount of helpful information. If you are serious about learning how to defend your faith, this book will be a wonderful help.
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We all know of churches that over the years have accomplished great things for Christ. These churches had great pastors who followed God’s leading and led their churches to do great things. They saw people giving their lives to Christ, they focused on helping people grow in their faith, and usually as a result, they saw their churches grow in both number and influence.
But something happened. Many of those same churches are no longer ‘great.’ In fact, many of them are struggling. Some of them no longer exist. Buildings that were once full are now practically empty. Why? What happened? What changed? Continue Reading
The Gospel Coalition
July 27, 2015
There is no doubt that we live in a fallen culture — a culture that at times can appear far less dangerous than it really is. How are we as Christians to live in that fallen culture? How are we to live out our faith?
Jude 1:17-23 provides the answers to these questions.
First (vs. 17-19), remember that it was predicted that there would be those who (1) mock God and his followers, (2) give free reign to their passions, (3) cause division, (4) are caught in the trap of materialism, and (5) are physically alive, but spiritual dead. None of this has caught God off guard, nor should it surprise us. Continue Reading