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  • Ministering to Soldiers: An Interview with Douglas Lee by Douglas Lee

    Tabletalk: How did you become a Christian, and how were you called to pastoral ministry? Douglas Lee: I was reared in a wonderful Christian home and professed Christ in church when I was about eight years old. Through many years …Read More

  • Reformed Theology & John 3:16 by Burk Parsons

    We see it everywhere. From bumper stickers to billboards, from T-shirts to tattoos, from old faded church signs to spray-painted signs along country roads—John 3:16 is everywhere. As such, some Christians have become complacent about the simple truth of John …Read More

  • Seriousness in Worship by Jason Helopolous

    No experience on earth should delight the soul of the Christian more than corporate worship. It is the high point of our week and establishes the rhythm of our lives. As Christians, we live life from Lord’s Day to Lord’s …Read More

  • Should Not Perish by Guy Richard

    Jesus says that in the days leading up to His second coming, people will be totally unaware of what is about to happen to them. They will be “eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage,” just as people were …Read More

  • So Loved by John MacArthur

    John 3:16 may or may not be the most familiar verse in all of Scripture, but it is surely one of the most abused and least understood. The verse is so well known that the reference alone is thought by …Read More

  • Whoever Believes in Him by Cornelis Venema

    In contemporary North America, people are often seen at sporting events holding a poster with “John 3:16” written upon it in large print. While this may not be the most effective evangelistic strategy, it does bear witness to an important …Read More

  • The World by John Tweeddale

    One of the most surprising twists of John 3:16 is that we are told God loves the world. We might be tempted to think that there is much about the world for God to love. After all, what’s not to …Read More

  • Christ Will Build His Church by David Stoddard

    Europe is the new “dark continent.” Africa now sends more missionaries to Europe than Europe sends to Africa. The health reports of the European church aren’t terribly encouraging. Churches are closing and are being converted into mosques, museums, bars, and …Read More

  • Explaining Anomalies by R.C. Sproul

    Unbelievers often allege that the Bible is “full of contradictions.” I’ve noted in many places over the years, however, that most of the contradictions people suggest really do not qualify as contradictions but merely reflect the difference in perspective we …Read More

  • A History of Islam by Ryan Reeves

    In AD 622, Muhammad and his followers took flight from Mecca to Medina—an event known as the Hijra. This date is seen as the beginning point of the Islamic faith. It is the start not only of the Islamic calendar …Read More

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