• Unquestionable Authority by Burk Parsons

    I am terribly vexed. I have just finished reading an article from the notoriously left-wing magazine Newsweek. In the cover story, “The Religious Case for Gay Marriage,” author Lisa Miller argues the case for gay “marriage” using the Bible as her …Read More

  • The Divine Foundation of Authority by R.C. Sproul

    You’re out!” “I’m safe!” “Out!” “Safe!” “Out!” “It’s my ball, and it’s my bat, and I say that I’m safe.” This is how we settled disputes over plays in our pickup baseball games played without the benefit of a referee …Read More

  • Says Who? by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    It is a rather tedious and tiresome thing to pull the legs out from under our national confession. Our country’s creed is not just internally inconsistent, nor is it just incomprehensible, it is both these things. That is, it does …Read More

  • Authority in Vocation by Gene Edward Veith

    Do you want to know how Christians can influence the culture? How to have a strong family? Do you want to know the meaning of your life? Do you want to know how authority works? Then attend to the Reformation …Read More

  • Served by God, Serving Man by David Mathis

    My dad hasn’t been to seminary. He has no formal theological training. Nobody pays him and Mom for their endless hours serving the church. But they could write an article on sacrificial service to the church. They’ve lived it. Pop …Read More

  • The Final Word by Keith Mathison

    In the early part of the twentieth century, one would have been hard pressed to find a greater theological mind than that of Benjamin B. Warfield (1851–1921). Sadly, both he and his work are virtually unknown today outside of certain …Read More

  • Something Different by Matt Schmucker

    Matt, I don’t understand how you and Steve can be a part of the same church given what you each believe and practice.” This came from a young woman with whom my wife and I had been sharing the gospel. …Read More

  • Thanks Be to God by Knox Chamblin

    In December 2008, I turned seventy-three. Invited by Tabletalk to address younger generations “on matters pertinent to the faith,” I thought of Psalm 71, the prayer of an elderly man. Says verse 18: “So even to old age and gray …Read More