From the blog this week: ‘The Ten Commandments’- A Book Review
“You can say things. You can go to worship services. You can raise your hands, but you cannot hallow his name because your heart is in another place. ‘Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also’ (Matthew 6:21).”
The latest survey of the state of theology in America. Some results are encouraging, while many are not. Just another reminder that our churches need to be teaching doctrine to the people.
Crossway is doing a “5 Myths” series that is very helpful and I’d encourage you to check it out. They’ve covered marriage, depression, evangelism, seminary, Luther, hospitality, friendship, science, and counseling.
“One person wonders, ‘Isn’t that just a formality? I mean, I’m here every week, I’m in a small group, I give…Why fill out an application, take a class, and meet with a pastor only to keep doing the things I’m already doing?'”
“Considering the array of information and evidence which exists, the best may still be the resurrection. It sounds like lunacy at first because people just do not arise from the dead do they? However, when the evidence is compiled and the proverbial dust settles there is great assurance the resurrection was not a hoax, hallucination, or a lie, but it was, in fact, a real historical event. This paper will seek to examine the best case for the resurrection as well as answer objections.” Also see Part 2.
“Sports are a good gift from God. Like all good gifts, there is a danger to place the gift over the giver or to want the gift more than the giver. It happens with sports, with music, with academics, with vocation, with sex, and the Bible is clear that this is idolatry.”