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The Trend in the Church Towards Silence

The Trend in the Church Towards Silence

Ephesians 4:15 tells us we need to “speak the truth in love.” As Christ-followers, we are not to choose between being loving and being truthful. 

We Need a Fresh Appreciation of the Gospel’s Magnificence

We Need a Fresh Appreciation of the Gospel’s Magnificence

I have seen firsthand people watching the JESUS Film for the first time, in their own languages, viewing Jesus with awe and wonder and affection, then crying out in agony when He is tortured and crucified.

The King’s Offer

The King’s Offer

Imagine a great and generous king. In the midst of his benevolent reign, he hears his subjects have revolted. 

The Cost of Grace

The Cost of Grace

In 1987, eighteen-month-old “Baby Jessica” fell twenty-two feet into a Texas well. Rescuers labored nonstop to save her. 

The Two Essentials: Grace and Truth

The Two Essentials: Grace and Truth

What if the character of Christ was reducible to two ingredients?

How do I respond with grace and truth if I’m invited to a gay wedding?

How do I respond with grace and truth if I’m invited to a gay wedding?

Many people wonder, “What if I’m invited to a gay wedding?” In the following video and transcript, I share some thoughts.

Is Sincerity Enough?

Is Sincerity Enough?

I think sincerity certainly does count for something. But I also believe it counts for less than we think it does. There are sincere people, for instance, who don’t believe that Jesus is the only way to Heaven.

The Cross of Christ: A Symbol Not of Our Worthiness, But Our Unworthiness

The Cross of Christ: A Symbol Not of Our Worthiness, But Our Unworthiness

Years ago I spoke at a Christian event where the vocalist got up to sing one of my favorite songs, “Amazing Grace.” But I was taken aback when I heard the first line.

Some Thoughts on Les Misérables

Some Thoughts on Les Misérables

I love the redemptive message of Les Misérables, from book, to stage, to screen. It reminds me of the song “Amazing Grace,” because it is deeply loved even by those who don’t fully believe its message. 

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