January 29, 2016
For several days in January, the Primates of the Anglican Church gathered in Canterbury, England, and apostasy was the topic of the day.
January 29, 2016
Challenges from Islam are not new; Islam has been confronting Christianity since its very beginning.
January 16, 2016
What advice would you offer to theological students and young theologians as they face a lifetime of theological work?
January 15, 2016
As we start off the new year, there are many things we might have on our minds. Where is our nation headed? What kind of person will run it?
January 15, 2016
I’ve been reading Mark Gornik’s remarkable WORD MADE GLOBAL, about “African faith in New York City.”
January 6, 2016
“Why are the nations in an uproar?” The psalmist asked this question three thousand years ago. (Psalm 2:1) At the dawn of 2016, it continues to be a most relevant thought to ponder.
January 1, 2016
Only a real sense of calling will carry you through in the year 2016. Ask God daily in prayer: "Father, please open my eyes to see which good works, you have you prepared in advance for me for today, that I may walk in them."
January 1, 2016
As the Church today stands divested of its past pomp and power, can it harness the strength of its ecumenical identity - that reaches across nations, peoples, cultures and races - to defend itself against persecution?
December 24, 2015
It is my privilege to be a member of two outstanding organizations that exist to serve that part of the church that, in words of Cornelius Plantinga, “speaks Christian, but with a Reformed accent.”
December 22, 2015
As 2015 slinks toward the finish line, it is readily apparent that everywhere one looks people are desperately searching for someone or something to save us from our deepest dreads.