God doesn’t make mistakes. But we rarely answer the point, and often open the door to heresy, when we say it

Yesterday, I took a swipe at the test of time argument. I don’t think we should use it. In my view, it isn’t a fair

How regularly do we expect Luthers to pop up in church history? Apparently, a lot!

A lot has been said of pastors abusing their congregations. There are certainly wolves out there who seem to view the sheep as their personal

Individualism, Consumerism & the Church

The problem with single-issue voting

I have seen a couple of post and articles on single issue voting lately. Both came from an American perspective and both addressed the question

Not many apologetics books written like this

We were due to have our monthly Muslim-Christian dialogue yesterday. But, as anyone who has ever worked with South Asians will know, what you plan

If God is sovereign, how can he hold us responsible for sin?

This is a common objection thrown up against those of us who believe in the absolute sovereignty of God. If God ultimately determines all things,

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