Sermons for the Mayor

Michael DuduitCulture, Michael Duduit

Last week there was a flurry of interest in sermons preached in Houston, Texas. As you likely read in various news reports, the mayor and city attorney were unhappy with public opposition to Houston’s recent “bathroom bill” which allows people to enter any public bathroom associated with their self-identified gender. So if a man feels he is a woman, he … Read More

On Stereotypes

Ryan NealCulture, General, Leadership, Ryan Neal

We have the responsibility of looking beyond our stereotypes, editing them for accuracy, and even dismissing them altogether. Overall, stereotypes are problematic for sound thinking, and a wider perspective on the person in front of you.

Christian Worldview and Apologetics: Can We Trust the Scriptures?

Bryan CribbBryan Cribb, Culture, Evangelism

t is true, and important, to assert that the Bible itself holds to its own abiding reliability and authority, due to its divine inspiration (2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:19-21). But we live in a world of skepticism, and even antagonism, toward the Scriptures. In this arena of ideas, Christians need to be able to articulate the reasons why, with good reason, we hold to Scripture’s reliability and accuracy.

Another reason faith matters

Michael DuduitCulture, Michael Duduit, NewsLeave a Comment

As Wilcox notes, suicide rates tend to increase as people disengage from “society’s core institutions” like marriage and religion. As Christians, we understand that reality, because we recognize that humanity was created to live in community and in relationship with God.