It’s ironic: the more the world takes on Christian values such as universal human rights, the less it respects or thinks it needs the church. How should Christians respond?
Church and Culture
Christians are increasingly going to be seen as different, and not in a good way. We’re going to have to choose between obedience and comfort.
This critical review of Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Renewal seeks to provide a theological assessment of the book’s theological claims. For at the heart of Reparations is a moral argument—indeed, a Christian argument—about justice.
The only way we can move forward in the church is by going back to the gospel. Journalism and education have become intrinsically destabilizing forces for Christianity, and anxiety is at an all-time high. Sarah Zylstra and Collin Hansen have written ‘Gospelbound: Living with Resolute Hope in an Anxious Age’ to respond positively to this very problem.
Adapted from the newly published book, Men and Women in the Church: A Sort Biblical, Practical Introduction, Kevin DeYoung discusses God’s design and purpose for two differentiated and complementary sexes.