Do Christians need to be pacifists? What would that even mean or look like? Is it wrong to use a gun in self-defense? Ted Grimsrud,
It’s not the Old Testament that a Christian often goes to for their theological defense of non-violence. Our guest, Matthew Curtis Fleischer, believes that the
Ever reach that long sought after job promotion, dream vacation, new smartphone, sports car, public recognition, or desired weight only to feel a kind of
A problem people have when thinking about the lasting legacy of Jesus is the tendency to either objectify him as a ticket into a spiritual
After some controversial remarks made by Liberty University’s Jerry Falwell, Jr. during a chapel service last month, John Piper was compelled to respond with an
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