The habit of forsaking Lord’s Day worship settles and roots in the habit of Christian families. It’s one problem if tyrants forbid Christians from worshipping. It’s another problem if Christian custom, habit, and society (plus civil law) train people to forsake Sunday worship services. It’s the latter problem that needs addressing.
Since we’ve already won the victory, it’s time we started acting like it.
The church must remember that the only way to respect another’s creed is to have one of their own.
It is hard to swiftly and accurately explain what makes for good preaching. So, for now, it is enough to say a few brief things about it that will push Christians toward an obedient intolerance of the contemporary, trans-denominational preaching that Christians endure today.
American evangelicals have too much of Christ to be happy in the world and too much of the world to be happy in Christ.
Hollow theology leads to hollow living.
Do twenty-first-century Christians possess enough Christian truth to form a worldview that can self-correct when it overreacts?
Thin Christianity is a powerless thing. It is those who have the thickened gospel of Jesus Christ as presented in the Bible who will make the deepest mark on their families, friends, co-workers, and neighborhoods.