Believing that Christ is Lord requires that you obey Christ, whether you are a mayor, police officer, artist, engineer, or dog-catcher. Rulers are in a unique position as they have a greater ability to implement the moral/natural law, and they have to do so.
The enemies of the Lord wish to squelch the church (Mark 4:4; 1 Pt. 5:8), all in the name of tolerance. It’s a tolerant censure, which is as gentle as a meat-ax.
What is the relationship between the unforgivable sin (Mark 3:22-30) and the apostasy described in Hebrews 6:4-6 and Hebrews 10:26-29?
Since theology is more like music than calculus, imagine theology is a harp. The more strings that are in tune the more celestial the song.
Tip O’Neill famously said, “All politics is local.” What if we thought of culture-making in the same way? What if all culture-making started locally? What if we started by
establishing a Christian culture in our family, our church, and our schools?
God made human beings in his image as people who require knowledge (Prov. 18:15).
It’s a fascinating thing. Why do teenagers begin cussing? Especially teenage boys
The question then becomes, how are Christians to faithfully respond to employers who are pressuring employees to abandon their convictions. Many Christians know it is wrong to capitulate to such requests but might have difficulty articulating why or formulating a strategy to do so. We acknowledge that every situation is different and should be handled differently. Nevertheless, there are several principles on how to faithfully approach the issue.
C.S. Lewis, too, shared some thoughts about the Christian household, thoughts which I will now paraphrase for your reading edification.
There are many challenges to the Christian faith. Some are physical—like the draw of two-second carnal pleasures. Some are intellectual, like the rise of modern science.