Category Archives: Interviews

Christians Redirecting Cultural Realities Toward Christ

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.

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Paul’s Letter to the Romans Set to Music

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.

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Apologetics, Cultural Liturgies, and Our Postmodern Age

Nancy Pearcey gives guidelines for practicing biblical discernment with any set of ideas, identifying what they get right and where they go wrong.

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Can Your Congregation Answer the Questions of a Post-Christian Society?

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.

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Helping Believers Be “Firmly Planted”

Discipleship bridges the chasm between the pulpit and the pews and expects believers to take ownership of their faith, some for the first time.

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Reawakening Wonder at the King of Glory

Why do we lose our wonder when we read the Bible? And how (and why) should we get this back?

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Why Mike Wittmer Thinks You Should Be a Worldly Saint

“Worldly Saints” may seem like an oxymoron, but it’s the perfect title for what God calls Christians to be.

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A Better Way to Make Disciples Among the Nations

Gerald McDermott and Harold Netland discuss witnessing to Christ in a world of religious diversity.

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Why You Should Trust Jesus’ Unbreakable and Infallible Bible

A conversation about Andrew Wilson about Jesus’ view of the Bible and why we should trust Him.

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Embracing the Holy Tension Between God’s Sovereignty and Human Choice

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.

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