Christian worldview

Remembering 9/11 from a Christian Worldview

9-11 Anniversary, How to Find the Help and Hope We Need Today

In the days after 9-11, Chuck Colson offered an incredible gift to God’s people: A Christian worldview framework for understanding what had happened and a roadmap for Christians to both speak truth and love to their neighbors. Colson warned against out-of-control anger and against seeking revenge instead of justice, in both our personal and national responses.

The Contemporary Epistles of Jack Phillips, Barronelle Stutzman, and the Booth Family

The Contemporary Epistles of Jack Phillips, Barronelle Stutzman, and the Booth Family

To be a Christian and to hold to Christian conviction about what is true about the nature and person of Jesus Christ, and about the place of Christian conviction in the public square, is to be out of step with the larger culture. From the very beginning, Christians have faced these challenges. They have had to choose between their well-being and their convictions.

The God Committee and Our Call to Play God

The God Committee and Our Call to Play God

Our culture often makes the mistake of asking if we can do something before asking if we should and then determining that if we can do something, that’s all the reason we need to know that we should do it. That is playing God outside of the limits that He gave us. The confidence that we hold in our abilities is simply misplaced and we overlook the consequences of our decisions.

How to Defend Christianity When Christians Fail

a person sitting in a field, Christians must seek personal integrity if we want make a public impact for the gospel

Many in our secular culture caricature Christians as weak. Friedrich Nietzsche warned that faith in God would keep us from becoming the “overcomers” we could and should be. Karl Marx taught that religion is the “opiate” of the masses subjugating them to their masters. “Gentle Jesus, meek and mild,” is the way many people see our Savior.

But those who know Him know better.

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