Reason and Religion
The question as to whether there is a conflict between reason and religion is misleading when we come to understand the biblical concept of 'reasoning' (understanding) and its subjection to man's religious nature.
The Incarnation and its Implications
What does the incarnation of Jesus Christ mean? The historic nature of Christianity makes it a unique, real and living faith, over against materialist or spiritual heresies.
Why Everything Hinges on the Historical Garden of Eden
MOG2015 01: The fall of Adam and Eve in the garden is the essential foundation for understanding the gospel meta-story. The gospel is cosmic in scope and in the cross all creation is being restored in proper relation to its Creator and Owner.
How Angry Rebels are Brought into Loving Service to Their Lord
MOG2015 04: Denying his Creator, man is alienated from the very source of his existence and seeks to cope by turning to idolatry in the form of addictions, money and power. But because of God's radical love at the cross, people are attracted out of the world into participation in the transforming work of God.
The Deception of the Beast of Revelation, Modern Promises of Salvation, and the Eternal Gospel
MOG2015 02: The book of Revelation sets forth two groups of people: those who follow the Beast and bear his mark and those who follow the Lamb and bear his name. The book declares the eternal gospel (Rev 14:6-7), which is a universal summons to follow the Lamb in true worship and salvation.
Biblical Anthropology Identifies Man's Basic Need as Moral and Spiritual Rebirth
MOG2015 03: Created in God's image, man and woman are agents capable of changing the world as they undertake the task of fulfilling the cultural mandate.
Rediscovering the Glory and Beauty of the Gospel Q&A
MOG2015 05: Joe Boot, David Robinson and Michael Nazir-Ali answer questions regarding: the Mission of God; Christian Education; Radical Islam; Christian Transformation of Society; Male and Female Roles; Climate Change from a Christian Perspective.
The Art of What is Possible
Politics has been described as "the art of what is possible." We consider how Christians can and should engage in the political arena on the issues of human trafficking and prostitution, abortion, euthanasia.
Wisdom and Government
What does God's word have to say about our livelihoods, families, neighborhoods and nations? What place does Scripture have in the public sphere, and how does it relate to the government of nations?
The Gospel, Culture and Public Life
Christ is not one authority among many, but the ruler of the kings of the earth.The Son of God appeared on earth to destroy the works of the devil, and has given us the task of cultural renewal in every area of life, including the public square.