The standard for what makes a teacher a heretic or a hero is the Gospel he teaches; it is not his looks and it is not his mannerisms, it is whether or not what he teaches is the Gospel.
Even if theologians and philosophers throughout history didn’t believe that Christianity was the basis of all rational thought, the Bible clearly teaches that God is the beginning of knowledge and that no one can understand the meaning of truth, love or anything else unless it were granted to him or her by God.
This post is the one that I have been looking forward to the most for the Christmas Top 10s: the Christian carols.
Let’s look at the lyrics and claims of “Mary, Did You Know” as well as examine them through the Scriptures.
Movies have a way of transporting us to another world and to an amazing story, and it couldn’t be more true in regards to Christmas movies.
As a person who loves caroling, I thought the best way to start the Christmas Top 10s series was to talk about the secular Christmas carols that I love to listen to each year during the Holidays!
The cultural expectation of Jesus can be completely inaccurate to the Scriptural worldview and to the character of God.
Isn’t it good to avoid unnecessary debates and trivial issues? Yes! Absolutely… but politics, religion, and philosophy are not trivial or unnecessary.
The Reformation was not about having some kind of anti-pope rage, stating a revolution or creating an excuse for theological bickering. It was about the Gospel.