How do we balance liberty and risk, and what are the biblical principles that apply even in the face of traumatic circumstances?
Explaining why a free church is good for all of society, and introducing the Niagara Declaration on the liberties of the church in Canada and the circumstances that prompted its drafting.
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.
Joe Boot, EICC Fellow Dr. Ted Fenske, and Dr. Peter Saunders, address the current social and healthcare implications of the COVID19 crisis, touching on how to think about models and projections, the holistic human cost of present measures, and how social isolation is a privilege.
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.
The righteous represent God's justice to a culture in rebellion; thus they are feared and must be eradicated.
The righteous represent God’s justice to a culture in rebellion; thus they are feared and must be eradicated.
As historic liberties are increasingly denied to Christian individuals and churches, we must stand with Christ and with Scripture.
Recent legislation in the UK would introduce an unprecedented level of state control over the pulpit, ironically undercutting the same “British values” to which they appeal.
The house of the wicked seeks a statist utopia; but as God's new humanity in Christ we are to build the house of God which will expand to the recreation of all things.
The house of the wicked seeks a statist utopia; but as God’s new humanity in Christ we are to build the house of God which will expand to the recreation of all things.