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Joy to the World: A Christmas Hymn Reconsidered

Dec 22, 2014 | Alyssa Poblete

'Joy to the World' is sung every Christmas all over the world, but it is not so much about Christ's first coming as it is his second. Read More

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The American Jeremiad: Perspective on the Rhetoric of Decline

Dec 17, 2014 | Matt McCullough

We must guard against any response to decline that appeals to a past that never existed or to a future that God hasn’t promised us. Read More

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Howell Harris and the Evangelical Revival in Wales

Dec 12, 2014 | David Ceri Jones

George Whitefield is not the only important First Great Awakening figure to mark his 300th birthday this year; Howell Harris, known for his role in a famous revival in Wales, turns 300 too. Read More

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Eat the Law and Live

Dec 12, 2014 | William Ross

Paul says the law brings death (Rom. 7:10). So why does Psalm 19:7 portray God's law as spiritually nourishing food? Could it be that God's law is the answer for much of our spiritual malnourishment? Read More

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God’s Justice in the Land of Canaan

Dec 11, 2014 | Kyle Dillon

Even those who accept the authority of Scripture can have a difficult time understanding God's command to utterly destroy the people of the land of Canaan. Can a God of love and justice ever command genocide? Read More

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What Sociopaths Reveal to Us About the Existence of God

Dec 09, 2014 | Joe Carter

This testimony by a former sociopath helps to illuminate the moral argument for God. Read More

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10 Historical Myths About World Christianity

Dec 09, 2014 | Brian Stanley

Professor Brian Stanley presents his top 10 historical myths about world Christianity. Read More

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The Skeletons in God’s Closet

Dec 08, 2014 | Derek Rishmawy

The teachings of hell, judgment, and wrath are not skeletons in God's closet, but evidence that he is goodness all the way down to his bones. Read More

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Hidden But Now Revealed

Dec 05, 2014 | Raymond Johnson

Beale and Gladd demonstrate how Old Testament revelation works together to set up a mystery that is only resolved in Christ. Read More

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Does Christ Speak in the Rape of Dinah?

Dec 04, 2014 | Wendy Stringer

When we witness Dinah’s violation and betrayal, watch revenge unfold in the name of justice, wrestle with the seeming silence of God, and search for answers, we hope for someone who will do better. Read More