Discusses the importance of Jesus' resurrection and addresses the question, "Who will follow the resurrected Jesus into Life?"
Reflects on how the circumstances of Jesus’ birth foreshadowed His willingness to suffer shame and wrath on our behalf.
Looks at the implications of Jesus as Judge.
Addresses the question, “How are we to interact with others who hold doctrinally significant beliefs that we think are false?”
Discusses the “shock” of the resurrection and its implications for how believers live their lives.
Reflects on Christmas as a light shining in the darkness and one of the few remaining times when the story of Jesus can be freely told in the public forum.
(John 3) Discusses church “technique” in light of Jesus’ interaction with Nicodemus.
Comments on the college experience and Christian faith.
Examines the meaning of the resurrection of Christ as reflected in the role of Satan in human sin and God's purposes in history.
An excerpt from The Most Real Being that explains how divine determinism is the only human hope of glorification, while limited determinism provides mere "groundless optimism" or empty despair.
Explores the connection between our fears and our faith.
Explores the essence of Phariseeism and how it manifests itself today.
Uses the disciples' response to the resurrection to discuss the biblical basis for faith.
Provides answers to the study questions at the end of chapter eight of The Language of God.
Reinforces and supplements some points made in The Language of God.
Shows the original, longer version of the conclusion to The Language of God.
Uses the example of the returned Jewish exiles to describe what makes a ministry faithful.
Explains how love of the church and criticism of the church can and must go together.
Asks whether the spiritual darkness of our generation indicates that the "time of the Gentiles" is over.
(Luke 10:38-42) Explores Jesus' puzzling interaction with Mary and Martha.