One of the greatest needs Christians have is to develop a distinctly biblical view of the world. We have already discussed this in terms of the scope of our worldview—the need to apply biblical thought to every area of life. The discussion must also extend to the nature and quality of our worldview as well. […]
It is astonishing to me that some conservative and Reformed elders and teachers refuse to address racism. Even more startling, however, is that some even refuse to acknowledge that racism is a real thing. Although this sort of denial brings to mind holocaust denial and flat-earth madness, we should be fair to some of these […]
A few years ago I wrote “A Beginner’s Guide to Bible Prophecy.” It’s in four parts, and it’s illustrated. It’s the very beginning of trying to understand the topic. Some of what’s included in the guide are points I make during some of my talks on the subject. You can download it here: A Beginners […]
The Bible was not written in such a way that only seminary-trained Christians are able to interpret it. Many young Christians believe that Bible interpretation is complicated so they lean heavily on study Bibles and the views of popular Bible teachers. To be sure, some passages are difficult to interpret. Even Peter admitted as much: […]
Many Christians today are frustrated in their Bible study because they don’t see the redemptive story of the Bible and how it fits together. In order to properly understand scripture, it is important to use correct interpretation. The Bible is a deep book and you have to understand all of its elements to comprehend it.