Curated links for your weekend reading:
What do Americans believe about God, the Bible, and salvation? Ligonier Ministries’ State of Theology survey provides eye-opening insights.
A couple eye-popping stats show that evangelicals are terribly wrong on doctrines of central importance.
New Testament leaders—the pastor-elders—are teachers. Christianity is a teaching movement.
When you’re committing to a church, you’re not committing to your favorite Sunday-morning preacher … No, when you commit to a church, you’re most fundamentally committing to people.
People observing the visible Church should be able to see it bear witness to both (i) the holiness of God (through its purity), and (ii) the love of God (through the way its members treat each other).
If you feel inadequate to lead your kids spiritually, just go to church. If strategizing about your Christian parenting feels overly complicated, just go to church. If you’ve been taking a few too many Sundays off, just go to church.
Preaching involves four parts. Get one of them wrong, and the entire chair wobbles, even collapses.