Category Archives: Interviews
Every dimension of society and culture is ripe with potential for Christians to reshape and redirect it toward Christ. We do this as a matter of witness and obedience.
Imagine Paul’s most famous letter set to music in a way that lyrically mines the depth of this letter’s theology, and through music that helps you experience the flow of Paul’s thought.
Nancy Pearcey gives guidelines for practicing biblical discernment with any set of ideas, identifying what they get right and where they go wrong.
Christians are often stymied because they simply don’t know how to apply biblical truth to all of life. As a result, they are continually in retreat before competing ideas.
Discipleship bridges the chasm between the pulpit and the pews and expects believers to take ownership of their faith, some for the first time.
Why do we lose our wonder when we read the Bible? And how (and why) should we get this back?
“Worldly Saints” may seem like an oxymoron, but it’s the perfect title for what God calls Christians to be.
Gerald McDermott and Harold Netland discuss witnessing to Christ in a world of religious diversity.
A conversation about Andrew Wilson about Jesus’ view of the Bible and why we should trust Him.
Randy Alcorn hopes readers will gain a bigger view of God by embracing paradoxical beliefs that seem to contradict each other, but in God’s infinite mind do not.