Both the doctrine of God and the kingdom of God are inescapable categories. Satanically inspired utopian thought cannot remove them, so it must counterfeit them.
Man in a world without God has an insatiable desire for control, rooted in the hope that man can be liberated from unpredictability into the true freedom of necessity.
What is the biblical relationship between church and state, and what should biblical law look like in a new covenant world?
Only the gospel of the kingdom that announces jubilee in Jesus Christ is able to bring reconciliation where oppression, hatred or resentment, conflict and acts of vengeance between peoples once reigned.
Samuel Sey introduces Black Liberation Theology and demonstrates that it is a form of the liberal social gospel that has risen to prominence in recent years hand in hand with prominent race-based movements like Black Lives Matter.
The apostle Paul speaks of the church as a vital body, a chosen family, a temple of living stones and as a betrothed bride. These images reinforce the importance of physical meeting.
The tendency of intellectuals to pronounce on areas outside of their expertise is an unwise temptation that carries real-world consequences.
Dear Friends and Supporters, I pray this letter finds you well and in good heart despite the present challenging and difficult circumstances. It is a joy to be able to trust that whatever comes our way, ‘We know that the Lord gives victory to His anointed’ (Ps. 20: 6). Christ is still upon the throne. […]
Joe Boot speaks out on the cause, implications and fallout of the COVID19 outbreak and response.
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.