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In Western Europe ‘Christians’ are Less Religiously Committed Than American ‘Nones’

The Story: A new survey finds that while most people in Western Europe consider themselves to be Christians, they are less religious than ‘nones’ (i.e., atheists, agnostics, and religiously unaffiliated) are in America. The Background: Pew Research finds that most adults surveyed in Western Europe still consider themselves to be Christians—even if they seldom go to church or hold orthodox beliefs. (The 15 countries included in the survey: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the…
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Your Desire for Joy Is a Desire for Jesus

Last words matter. When someone dies, we often think back to our final conversation, remembering and reflecting on what we said to each other. I hope my final words will be full of love and care for those I leave behind. On the night before he died, Jesus shared a final meal and conversation with his disciples. Though they didn’t understand that Jesus was about to die, Jesus knew his time…

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Your Interpretation May Not Be Inerrant, but Your Bible Is
If a man spends over 40 years faithfully teaching and writing on the doctrine of Scripture, you pay attention when he releases a book containing decades of refined reflection. With his latest work, Light in a Dark Place: The Doctrine of Scripture, John Feinberg—professor of biblical and systematic theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School—offers Christians a comprehensive guide for understanding the theological foundations of an evangelical doctrine of Scripture, as well as effective tools for engaging the contemporary discussion. While I marked many useful sentences in this nearly 800-page book, I found Feinberg’s treatments of illumination and perspicuity, along…

Your Interpretation May Not Be Inerrant, but Your Bible Is

A comprehensive guide for grasping the theological foundations of an evangelical doctrine of Scripture.

Your Church Needs (Good) Biblical Theology

The Bible is one big book with lots of little books that tell one big story. Preachers must capture

The Church Is a Mess. The Church Is a Beauty.

Come and see a renewed vision of the church. Go and be a renewed community called the church.

God Doesn’t Make Us Nice. He Makes Us New.

Conversion is first and foremost a miraculous work of God.