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  • Peaceful Polemics Online by Tim Challies

    Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. This wonderfully pessimistic French phrase roughly translates to “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” It points us to one of the undeniable facts about life in this world: …Read More

  • Bear One Another’s Burdens by James Harvey

    Galatians is famous for Paul’s explanation and clarification of the gospel for those who had been confused by false teachers. This gospel is the preeminent display of God’s love (see Rom. 5:8; 1 John 4:10), so it is not surprising …Read More

  • Encourage One Another by Harry Reeder

    I am sure that somewhere and at some time Tabletalk readers have heard the lyrics of the “anthem of the West” titled “Home on the Range.” The idyllic American cowboy was “at home on the range” for multiple reasons. One …Read More

  • Serve One Another by Eric Watkins

    What makes the church beautiful? The Bible tells the original love story of a damsel in distress who was trapped in the clutches of a serpentine foe. Emboldened by genuine love for her, her righteous Hero laid down His life …Read More

  • Welcome One Another by Nicholas Batzig

    I recently received a letter from a couple in our congregation who have been laboring for the sake of the gospel in the Congo for the better part of their lives. As I read, one line in particular stood out …Read More

  • The Church by John Tweeddale

    The first time the word church is mentioned in the New Testament, it comes from the lips of Jesus. To a ragtag band of Apostles, He declared, “I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail …Read More

  • Grief and the Christian by Elizabeth Groves

    We worship a big god. He is sovereign and powerful. We are in His hands, and nothing happens to us by chance. That’s good news. But in grief, if that is all we remember about God, it might actually make …Read More

  • Living Reasonably in an Unreasonable Age by Don Bailey

    Before my call to pastoral ministry, I worked in a family garden center business. There I witnessed firsthand the growth of the modern consumer mentality. In the 1980s, large garden center chain stores had adopted the 100 percent money-back guarantee …Read More

  • Courage and Compassion by Burk Parsons

    Homosexual sin is a grievous and heinous sin. While it is indeed true that all sexual immorality is sin—adultery, fornication, pornography—homosexual sin is different. It is a more heinous and grievous sin because, as the Word of God makes clear, …Read More

  • Ministering to the Sexually Broken by Rosaria Butterfield

    Coming to Christ is the ultimate reality check, as it makes us face the fact that our sin is our biggest problem. Every day, a believer must face the reality that original sin distorts us, actual sin distracts us, and …Read More

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