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  • No Shortcuts to Growth by R.C. Sproul

    I’m still amazed whenever I see the bumper sticker that reads, “Visualize world peace.” The idea is that if I, and enough other people, create the right mental picture of peace, it will soon come to pass. It’s astounding that …Read More

  • Remembering the Future by Robert Rothwell

    Nobody said that raising children would be easy. My wife and I have to remember that quite frequently, some weeks more than others. With three children age six and under, our home certainly can be a crazy place. This morning, …Read More

  • The State of Theology by Chris Larson

    Tabletalk: Why did Ligonier do the State of Theology survey? Stephen Nichols: One of the cardinal rules of giving a speech is “Know your audience.” Back in 2014, we partnered with LifeWay Research to conduct a survey of the theological …Read More

  • What Should We Remember? by Scott Redd

    Memory of the past—whether corporate or individual—can wield a powerful influence not only in how people engage the present but also in how they face the future. As a matter of fact, it is not surprising that for some people, …Read More

  • When Christians Dwell in Unity by David Coffin

    All believers have experienced this truth: “How good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity” (Ps. 133:1). Sadly, we have also experienced its corollary: “How bad and miserable it is when brothers are divided.” Is it possible for …Read More

  • Why Can’t Christians Just Join the Revolution? by Albert Mohler

    Why not just join the revolution? This question seems obvious to many people who look at conservative Christians and honestly wonder why we cannot just change our views on homosexuality, same-sex marriage, and the entire constellation of LGBT issues. We …Read More

  • Why Remember? by J. Reid

    Sometimes I like to ask my boys if God can do anything. By now, they understand enough theology to answer that God can do anything He wants to do, or that God can never act against His character. The immutability …Read More

  • Growing in Maturity by Tom Ascol

    One thing most children have in common is a desire to grow up. They look forward to being big and experiencing life from the perspective of someone who has advanced beyond childhood. Whether that involves going to school or getting …Read More

  • Help Me Teach the Bible: An Interview with Nancy Guthrie by Nancy Guthrie

    TT: What led you to begin teaching the Bible? How have your life experiences shaped your teaching ministry? NG: I am grateful to have grown up in a home in which going to church and serving the church was a …Read More

  • Immaturity by Dan Dumas

    The poet Ogden Nash once said, “You are only young once, but you can stay immature indefinitely.” Immaturity plagues us all. We are made clean by the blood of Christ at conversion, but we wait for eternity to be fully …Read More

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