• How Can We Convince a Nonbeliever That the Bible Is the Word of God?

    There’s a difference between objective proof and the persuasion or conviction that follows. John Calvin argued that the Bible carries both persuasion and conviction in terms of its internal testimony—the marks of truth that could be found just by an examination of the book itself—as well as external evidences that would corroborate that substantial evidence to give solid proof for its being the Word of God. Read More October 01, 2016 at 05:00 AM | from R.C. Sproul

  • What Is Biblical Stewardship?

    The concept in the New Testament that describes and defines what it means to be a servant before Christ is the word stewardship. Economics and the ethical and emotional issues that surround it are frequent topics of discussion and front-page news items. This is particularly true in an election year, when much of the debate focuses on economic issues. What we don’t see initially is that other issues, such as education and abortion, are also questions of economics. Read More September 30, 2016 at 05:00 AM | from R.C. Sproul

  • $5 Friday: Apologetics, Prayer, & Election

    It’s time for our weekly $5 Friday sale. This week’s resources include such topics as election, prayer, Islam, the names of Jesus, evangelism, apologetics, Hebrews, salvation, and more. Read More September 30, 2016 at 12:00 AM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • The State of Theology: An Interview with Chris Larson and Stephen Nichols

    One of the cardinal rules of giving a speech is “Know your audience.” Back in 2014, we partnered with LifeWay Research to conduct a survey of the theological beliefs of three thousand Americans. We decided to undertake the survey again in 2016 and expand the visualization of the data into a new website, TheStateOfTheology.com. Our ultimate purpose for this survey is to help churches, Christian ministries, and Christians live as the body of Christ in our place and ... Read More September 29, 2016 at 05:00 AM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • The State of Theology: A Poll of Eternal Significance

    It’s an election year. That means, among other things, that we are treated to a new poll every day. We may be tempted to roll our eyes at the flood of polls, but instead we lean in, wanting to know what our fellow Americans might be thinking. The stakes are high when we consider the presidential election. The national attention is not only on who occupies the Oval Office next, we also find ourselves too often confronted by Islamic-based terrorism. ... Read More September 28, 2016 at 10:30 AM | from Stephen Nichols

  • Top Five Books on the Five Solas: Sola Scriptura

  • The Doctrine of God and Reformed Theology

  • The Whole Christ

  • If No One Is Lost, Then the Mission of Christ Was a Waste of Time

  • Social Media Highlights (9/25/16)