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.
Looks at the biblical evidence for the nature of joy as a fruit of the Spirit.
Compares biblical faith to the common myth of "magical" faith.
Looks at God and suffering in the light of Hurricane Katrina.
Explores our culture's and the Bible's view of the soul.
Compares the destructive influence of "false" guilt with the faith-maturing and conscience-building experience of "true" guilt that God, in His grace, gives us.
Examines the meaning of the resurrection of Christ as reflected in the role of Satan in human sin and God's purposes in history.
Explores how self-satisfaction and self-righteous religiosity impede understanding and accepting the truth of our sinfulness.
Repudiates the thesis of inherent New Testament anti-Semitism by examining the unique relationship between God, the Nation of Israel, and individual Jews.
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.
Discusses the importance of knowing God's merciful grace and believing in His promise of forgiveness while acknowledging "true guilt."
Examines Rick Warren's popular book, The Purpose-Driven Life.
Explores the connection between our fears and our faith.
Explores the nature of true worship.
Looks at the importance of gratitude.
Shows how a legalism contradicts the basic tenants of biblical Christianity.
Explores the concept of "church."
Explores the essence of Phariseeism and how it manifests itself today.
Discusses the biblical virtue of patience.