With a balanced, accessible style that will appeal to both the amateur and the art student, Calvin Seerveld explains that art is a fundamental cultural activity, and art history is a key way to orient the next generation to understand our human task.
Cultural Marxism is one of those phrases that we use a lot; but for those who don't have the leisure to study this material, how do we understand this term? Andrew Sandlin explains the origins, nature, and insidious implications of this worldview that has been in ascendance in the modern West.
Jesus Christ's death was itself an exaltation and victory the Son of Man lifted up to draw the sinful world to him, and victory over the forces of Satan and sin and hell.
In this field episode of the podcast, Ben Virgo of Christian Heritage London learns about Joe Boot's own story how he came to be an apologist, some of his formative authors, and the nature of human beings and the apologetic task.
Our Lord's death isn't just a work of the members of the Trinity all working together but also as the person, the single living God, saving us.
This article originally appeared at http://docsandlin.com/2018/03/25/god-was-in-christ-reconciling/
Art belongs to the very infrastructure of a good society, in the same way that a country's economy, transportation system, or media network do: Redemptive Art in Society addresses the need for Christian public artistry and describes ways in which Christians can be stewards of art.
Jeffery Ventrella explains how Christians should live in the midst of a distinctly antichristian culture. With special reference to law and the family, we can have confidence that every act of faithfulness is meaningful in the activity of building godly culture.
Billy Graham leaves behind a legacy of faithfully proclaiming salvation in Jesus. His evangelistic zeal and personal integrity highlight the biblical office of the evangelist.
The gospel is a declaration of what God has done, is doing, and will do in Jesus Christ to take his world back from Satan and sin. It demands our allegiance and our devotion and passion in public no less than in private.
Hear the interview inspired by this article here.
On this special field episode of the podcast, Joe Boot visits with the Holy Political Podcast to talk about sphere sovereignty, a reminder that family, church, state, and much more besides have been distinctly ordained by God with their own jurisdiction, hierarchy and government.
Andrew Sandlin joins us for a podcast interview on the full scope of the gospel. He explains the original context of the word in connection with imperial Greece and Rome, and we talk about some of the reasons Christians have abandoned the task of applying the gospel in public life. Andrew's article that inspired this conversation can be found here.
Christians don't have the option to withdraw from the culture war, but in order to effectively engage, we need to first have a vision for what godly culture is like.