Sports are a cultural product, an expression of the creation mandate to design, organise and otherwise draw order out of chaos. What does godly participation in sports look like, and what must the Christian guard against?
With the recent vote to officially endorse same-sex marriage, the Anglican Church of Canada has at last demonstrated its faithless and apostate leadership. True Christians must get out.
The surging popularity of the superhero genre testifies to man's innate recognition of his own fallenness, as well as the humanistic impulse to improve ourselves on our own terms, effecting our own salvation.
As our culture and nation have pursued a course away from the God of Scripture and his righteous rule, we have not ceased to worship, but have merely exchanged true worship for idolatry in culture and politics.
In observing her 90th birthday we reflect on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. In spite of her human failings, Elizabeth exemplifies stability and uprightness – necessary biblical qualities in a ruler.
In Ecclesiastes, the Teacher lays out and contrasts the life of wisdom with that of folly. Both lifestyles are in fact thoroughly religious, and in the end, we will live in relation to God as either covenant-keepers or covenant-breakers.
Is man truly “wired” to believe in God? The claim has been contested for centuries. Ultimately, we will live in either faithfulness to or rebellion against the covenant God of Scripture.
With referendum looming in the U.K over whether to leave the European Union, how should Christians understand the practice of voting, the role of the state, and the true nature of freedom?
Unless it is appreciated and stewarded in obedience to God and his Word, wealth proves to be nothing but a burden and vanity.
What does it mean to speak of Canada’s Christian heritage? And what are we to make of recent official comments on the values which shaped our nation?