How Should We Handle the “Social Justice” Debate?

If you’ve peaked your head into the news realm in the past few years—specifically as it pertains to evangelicalism—you will undoubtedly see the discussions centered around one concept: social justice. (Even though I don't think this is a good term to use, we will use it for the sake of the argument.) Whether we believe … Continue reading How Should We Handle the “Social Justice” Debate?

3 Things for Christians to Know

In 2018, a Ligonier Ministries study showed that 78% of professing Christians believe that “Jesus is the first and greatest being created by God.” Continuing with that unbiblical trend, 52% of evangelicals agreed that “everyone sins a little, but most people are good by nature.” These two foundational truths—one about the center of our faith, … Continue reading 3 Things for Christians to Know

Ephesians 1 and Union with Christ

The doctrine of our union with Christ is unmistakably present in Scripture. Certainly, you would have to blatantly lie to deny it. It is arguably the most precious doctrine in Scripture because it is central to our salvation. And yet, it is widely misunderstood and, even more so, neglected because of its confusing details. Everybody … Continue reading Ephesians 1 and Union with Christ