Ministries like yours regularly emphasize the importance of God’s Law, but how does this emphasis square with Romans 6:14?
“For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace.”
Can those who commit to practical obedience to Christ’s commandments expect to receive a blessing from God in this life? If so, is this blessing a guarantee? What about those who experience suffering and/or are persecuted for their faithfulness?
Is it biblically faithful for Christian parents to send their children to a separate ministry on the Lord’s Day? Or should children participate in Lord’s Day worship alongside their parents?
Should pastors address politics in their preaching?
If I start a Christian school (even though that’s not explicitly what Jesus said to do), is it fair to call this endeavor a part of the Great Commission, in so far as it serves to fulfill the Great Commission? In other words, is the Great Commission merely evangelism and discipleship? Is it exclusively tied to the Church? Where does …
What’s the difference between nationalism and patriotism? Are either of these stances appropriate for a Christian to take?