A PSA about PSA

“. . . we must emphasize that the chief reality of the atonement is that it was a penal substitution. In penal substitution, the penalty that is due to us for our transgression is paid by a substitute, namely, Jesus Christ.”Ligonier Ministries, https://www.ligonier.org/learn/devotionals/penal-substitution Some will understand the play on words in the title, but for … Continue reading A PSA about PSA

Do we have room in our theology for unanswered prayer?

Small excerpt from my next book, When God Says No: How to Respond to Unanswered Prayer (title tentative). Do we have room in our theology for when God says no to our prayers? Do we understand God does, in fact, say no to many of our prayers? Even our earnest and heartfelt ones? Even the … Continue reading Do we have room in our theology for unanswered prayer?