Why good doctrine matters when faced with heinous sin

I watched the Netflix documentary on Jimmy Savile the other week. The first episode – which dragged a bit for Brits familiar with Savile –

Better to suffer wrong than let those with no standing in the church pass judgement

Yesterday, Tim Challies posted an article titled, It’s better to suffer wrong. He landed on 1 Corinthians 6:7 and used that as a jumping off

Sometimes the thing we want is its own judgement

I am minded to think that one of the worse judgements God can bring to pass is when he gives us over to something. Much

The dangerous epidemic in the church for which the Lord will hold us accountable

There is an epidemic in Evangelical Churches. And this epidemic has caused far more serious problems and destroyed far more people than the COVID-19 pandemic.

5 thoughts about death

Today, I am going to a funeral. Not one I am taking. It is for my Nana. Whenever funerals roll around, we are confronted with

Remember the rainbow

One of the interesting things that has come about as a result of the coronavirus pandemic is the recovery of the rainbow. Until very recently,

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