• The Doctrine of Scripture by Stephen Nichols

    Martin Luther confessed, “The Scriptures are our vineyard in which we should all work.” And work in that vineyard he did. Luther’s formal education initially took him into the fields of the arts and sciences. He was schooled in the …Read More

  • The Most Solemn Mandate by R.C. Sproul

    I don’t know how many times I’ve heard parents who are members of churches say to me:

    I intentionally never discuss theology or religion with my children, because I want them to believe whatever they come to believe honestly and …Read More

  • What Is the Church? by R.C. Sproul

    Paul gives great attention to ecclesiology, the doctrine of the church, in his letter to the Ephesians. In fact, we could say Ephesians answers this question: What is the church? In Ephesians 2:19–22, the chief metaphor Paul uses is that …Read More

  • Difference or Contradiction? by R.C. Sproul

    We live in a day when consistency of thought is demeaned by many people, and individuals maintain that contradiction is the hallmark of truth, particularly in religious matters. Yet, in practice, human beings seek consistency. Consider liberal Protestantism. Decades ago, …Read More

  • The Holy Spirit by Sinclair Ferguson

    Many people come to faith in Jesus Christ long before they are able to articulate the theology of regeneration and conversion. Slowly, we realize that what seemed a “simple” act—trusting in Christ—was in fact a complex experience of divine activity. …Read More

  • The Gospel Remedy for Homosexuality by John Freeman

    The Bible reveals that sex was created by God and is good. It was His idea. The very first recorded words of God addressed to mankind encapsulate the Bible’s teachings on sex: “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth” …Read More

  • The Hard Book by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    I do not, in the least, disagree with the editors’ decision this month to address a series of hard sayings of Jesus. In fact, I think it a good decision. Years ago, when I was actively involved in planning Renewing …Read More

  • Answering from the Word by Voddie Baucham

    Apologetics has been broadly defined as the vindication of the Christian philosophy of life against the various forms of the non-Christian philosophy of life. This definition pairs well with the practical admonition given by the apostle Peter to “always [be] …Read More

  • The Goose by Aaron Denlinger

    If he were prophetic, he must have meant Martin Luther, who shone about a hundred years after.” So wrote John Foxe in his sixteenth-century Book of Martyrs, referring to a statement attributed to the Bohemian reformer Jan Hus on the …Read More

  • You Shall Not Make for Yourselves a Carved Image by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    For all the differences that (rightly) separate us, we have much in common with Roman Catholicism. Rome affirms the great ecumenical creeds of the first millennium. She affirms the Trinity as well as the virgin birth and resurrection of Christ. …Read More