Category: Doctrine

The One Sin You Don’t Think You’re Guilty Of, But Probably Are

“What each one honors before all else, what before all things he admires and loves, this for him is God.” – Origen We Christians have a proneness to want to “index” our sin. To index our sin is to regard certain sins we commit against God, if we call them sins at all, as being worse than others. It’s tantamount to

Continue reading

Rate this:

The Most Dangerous Prayer a Christian Can Pray

Prayer is essential to the Christian life. It is essential to the Christian life because prayer was essential to the life of Jesus (Matthew 6:1-15, 14:23; Luke 5:16, 22:39-41; Hebrews 5:7.) Theologian Andrew Murray, who arguably has written more than anyone on the subject of prayer in the daily life of the Christian, once declared,

Continue reading

Rate this:

Races Don’t Reconcile, Hearts Do

The matters of social justice and racial reconciliation continue to be topics of discussion among evangelical Christians regardless of ethnicity. Few discourses today have so intensely ignited people’s emotions and passions as those that dare to broach these hot-button issues. And why are they such sensitive topics? In my opinion, it’s because we think much too highly

Continue reading

Rate this: