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  • We Have Met the Enemy

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Jan 14, 2012 Category: Articles

    Though I am optimistic about the long-term future, believing that the nations will in fact be discipled, and the kingdom will cover the earth the way the water covers the seas, it's an ugly world out there. Every cultural indicator is alarming- more divorce, more illegitimacy, more crime, more drugs. Our entertainment is increasingly morbid and putrid. Those who practice sexual perversions have become a protected class. Business, families and governments sink deeper and deeper into debt. The church has not just grown increasingly worldly, but now celebrates its worldliness, calling it outreach. And we still haven't even touched on the one evil that dwarfs them all, the 3,500 moms who each day murder their own babies, while the rest of us watch. Keep Reading
  • Are Christians Religious?

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jan 13, 2012 Category: Articles

    Reformation21 posted an excerpt today from Burk Parsons' forthcoming booklet, Why Do We Have Creeds? Keep Reading
  • Links We Liked (1/7/12)

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jan 07, 2012 Category: Articles

    Here is a round-up of some of the notable blogs and articles our team read this week. Keep Reading
  • My Better Half

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Jan 07, 2012 Category: Articles

    Children, and their parents, crave stability. When their world is rocked by change, they are comforted by that which remains the same. I have been reminding my children of late that the loss of their mother, for all the pain, doesn't mean that everything has changed. Indeed when I put my littles to bed each night I, as I have always done, remind them of these bedrock truths, "Daddy loves you. Mommy loves you. Daddy and Mommy love each other. And Jesus loves you." These are the unchanging truths they can always count on, the solid ground on which they walk. We that are left behind are still together. And I am still me. Keep Reading
  • What Now?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Dec 31, 2011 Category: Articles

    During my Denise's battle we were all needy enough that we asked for and welcomed prayers for all of us. The grave issue, the underlying problem, was of course her illness. I too prayed for strength for me, for peace for the children. I prayed that God would use the beauty of Denise's character to draw in the elect. Most of all, however, I prayed that Denise would be made well, that the cancer would be beaten, that she would be blessed with health, comfort and joy. It is rare indeed when we can see such specific prayers answered so clearly and powerfully. Keep Reading

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