Advancing God’s mission happens through preaching God’s word.
Lessons from the Head Hog’s Crash
Paul warned the church at Corinth with these words, “Therefore let anyone who thinks that he stands take heed lest he fall” (1 Corinthians 10:12). As you reflect on the Petrino scandal, take some time to consider the strength of your moral foundation.
Easter: The Unexpected Event That Changed History
In that sense, Easter is the greatest joke in history – not because it isn’t an authentic historical event, but because it caught everyone by surprise. The resurrection of Jesus was the surprise ending of Holy Week – the unexpected twist that caught everyone off guard.
Biblical Commitment is at Center of Clash of Faith & Culture
Michael Duduit explains the importance of the Bible and how it has continued to be relevant and practical throughout all generations.
To-Do and Taboo: Tweeting with Class
Tweeting is the equivalent of saying something very loudly in a large room full of people with whom you have varying degrees of relationship. Don’t tweet what you wouldn’t say in that room. Rather, “give grace to those who hear.”
God Always Gives Us More Than We Can Handle
Perhaps the single most disgusting cliché in Christianity today is “God never gives you more than you can handle.” I have heard it on the lips of well-meaning pastors and weeping widows. I am sure that, somewhere along the way, I even used it at time or two (God forgive me). The origin of this pernicious lie is undoubtedly the … Read More
Is Expertise in Biblical Greek Essential for Pastors?
An alternative perspective by Dr. Michael Duduit to a recent article by Dr. Channing Crisler on the necessity of knowing biblical Greek.
Linsanity, Tebow-mania, and the Evangelistic Witness
Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow represent a new breed of Christian athlete that is worthy of emulation—orthodox, in addition to being outspoken and excellent in their God-given roles.
9.5 Theses Regarding the Need to Learn Biblical Greek
An appeal for theologians to see the importance of learning the New Testament in the Koine Greek Language in which it was written.