It’s OK to Disagree with Others (but there is a right way to do it) – from Philip Spener c. 1675

I was asked by a friend recently, "How do we possibly argue for biblical truth with all of the contentious issues in our world today?" The answer I gave to my friend has not changed: "However we do it, we must do it with humility." We live in a culture that thrives on inflated opinions, … Continue reading It’s OK to Disagree with Others (but there is a right way to do it) – from Philip Spener c. 1675

Ash Wednesday and Lent – An evangelical perspective

Today is Ash Wednesday. Many people consider its observance to be primarily for Roman Catholics, but the truth is Protestants and Evangelicals will be holding Ash Wednesday services all over the world in order to "mark" the first day of Lent. The Lenten season was first celebrated by Christians in the fourth century as a 40-day … Continue reading Ash Wednesday and Lent – An evangelical perspective

Almsgiving in 21st Century Evangelicalism

Most Christians no longer give a tithe, or 10%, to their church.  However, studies suggest that most people who attend a church regularly usually put at least some money into an offering plate during the year. Most people who give to the church probably assume that at least part of their giving goes to the … Continue reading Almsgiving in 21st Century Evangelicalism