When we talk about the uniqueness of Christ, we are actually making a statement about the meaning and purpose of all human history.
Worship of the true God has always been unintelligible to depraved minds. Natural man's impulse is toward self-worship, most clearly depicted in humanism and paganism. These false doctrines are most insidious not in the broader culture, but in the church.
Amidst all the complexity of the world, there are two basic ways to understand it – either in terms of God's Word or man's idea. Learn more about the significance of God's self-revelation through his Word.
Modern Western culture is increasingly hostile to the Christian worldview. How did we get to this point, and what is the Christian response?
The biblical story begins and ends with a wedding; sexuality is a major issue in the Kingdom of God, and is an area that the devil has sought to twist and distort. Learn about the robust biblical teaching on sexuality and marriage.
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.
Worship includes the use of our minds. A Christian cosmology maintains that the laws of nature are only laws because they are God's ordinary way of working. There is no conflict inherent between science and religion.
There is a humanistic movement towards a superficial religious unity, which amounts to little more than the abolishment of distinctions as part of a greater effort towards man-centered sociopolitical unity.
Joe Boot demonstrates that historically, philosophically, economically and sociologically, the religious commitments of the Judeo-Christian worldview form the only solid foundation for the philosophy and practice of education
Education is inescapably a religious exercise, shaping the hearts, minds, and faith of the next generation. The pagan and humanist program of today's state schools cannot be reconciled with the biblical mandate to train our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.