The Daily Diet In recent weeks there has been no escape from the noise and impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. For those who don’t already know, coronaviruses are common and co-exist in humans and animals around the world – variants of which are responsible for the common cold. Infectious disease specialists view coronaviruses as producing […]
We can only offer an attractive and coherent alternative to pagan secularism if we live out and teach a vision of God’s sovereign government of all things.
Each Christmas, the reality of the virgin birth in the humility of the stable invites us, like the wise men, on a search for the child – that is, to discover His identity and to worship Him.
Joe Boot discusses a program for recovering a soup-to-nuts approach to thinking as a Christian in every area – not just about traditionally Christian things like devotions and apologetics. If the world belongs to Christ (and it does), then we have a responsibility to bring our thinking in line with His Word.
History has smiled with gratitude on the heroes of Normandy. How will history judge the church of our generation in a time of cultural conflict? In the D-Day of the Western church, what will be God’s verdict?
In the face of the massive cultural change all around us, Christian faithfulness calls for a radical reformation in all areas of life, not just those safe areas of personal piety.
Today, as in the time of the judges, we are to pray and work for regeneration and reformation, over against the spirit of revolution against God and his Word, declaring the whole counsel of God to the culture without fear or compromise.
100 years after WWI, remember the hard-won freedoms our ancestors fought for, and pray for courage to confront a world that is hostile to the gospel.
By affirming religious relativism, whilst declaring itself non-religious, secularism brilliantly enthroned itself as the ultimate religious principle. The biblical term for this is Idolatry.
The Revoice view of sexuality downplays the dangers of generalized pagan homosexual culture, and creates a third category of human sexuality, denying the biblical, ontological principle of distinctions.
The Christian's priestly calling is a grand and noble identity to mediate the blessings of God to the world.