In the wake of the recent attacks in Montreal and Ottawa, what can we expect of God, and what should our response be as a nation and as individuals?
Over and above the fallible, self-interested predictions of man stands the authoritative, prophetic Word of God. This is the Christian’s only standard.
One of the greatest impediments to the work of God's people is professing Christians who deny the disturbing realities about the state of the world.
In the face of increasing opposition to Jesus Christ and His servants, the Christian’s call is to patient obedience to God and His Word.
Wisdom is not given to Christians merely for a few limited activities related to the church, but rather for every field of endeavour.
Joe Boot describes how Jonah's resentment and anger at God's mercy towards the Gentiles is woefully paralleled among many contemporary churches and Christians.
|If people are to knowingly live amidst and promote flagrant evil, such as the murder of unborn children, that evil must be rationalized and justified to avoid crippling guilt.|
Developments in the Canadian courts point to the idolatry of the culture.
Among Christians today there is confusion about the meaning of justice, the promotion of 'social justice' and what the Bible really has to say about it all. It is the covenant of God that brings about human flourishing and true justice, not the lawless wrath of sinful man promoting envy and conflict in the name of social justice.
Joe Boot tackles the myth that Christianity is an anesthetic to help people soothe away their troubles and temporarily escape reality. Instead, he shows how its objective is to highlight and expose the root of our common problem [sin] and then to remove and overcome it through Jesus Christ.