Faith and Works
Christ does good things in us; we deny that we're in Christ if we don't do His good works.
The Royal Law
Many people believe we can distinguish love and law; however, love is the fulfilling of the law.
The resurrection gives meaning to all the facts, answering the questions of origin, meaning, morality, and the destiny of our lives.
The Descent of Darwin: Evolution in Religious Worldviews
Examination of the origins of The Origin of Species demonstrates that evolutionary theory is neither original to Darwin, nor primarily the product of scientific observations. Darwin sought reasons to reject the scriptural doctrines of God and creation, and found them in Enlightenment deism. Ultimately, evolution is a thoroughly religious worldview.
Science and Christianity
In the wake of the Darwin celebrations of 2009, scientists and Christian apologists examine how we should understand the relationship between science and Christianity in an authentic, credible, and biblical way.
The Law of Liberty
By His Word, God has brought us forth for the purpose of bearing fruit. There's nothing worse than bringing shame to the name of Christ by our moral hypocrisy.
The Crown of Life
Double-mindedness in our theology leads to instability in every other area of our lives.
Wisdom is to face trials with steadfast faithfulness. In the biblical view, wisdom comes not from man's abstract reflection, but through God's word and the trials He sends.
The Great Debate: Does God Exist?
Joe Boot debates the question, Does God Exist? with atheist, Dr. S. Clare Rowson at the Cobourg Community Centre, January, 2010.
The Great Conversation
The New Testament is about Christ's servants delivering and spreading the good news about the Lordship and Kingship of Christ.
Thirsty Souls and Living Water
When people reject the things of God, whether knowingly or unknowingly they reap destruction. Mocking God has the consequence of covenantal separation from God. In our culture, we are reaping the consequences of mocking God: a generation of aimlessness and despair.