5 Theological Lessons from a Vending Machine

Article By Will Anderson.  Syndicated from The Gospel Coalition “A man may learn much from keeping his eyes open.” Charles Spurgeon delivered these words to his theology students in the 1800s, encouraging them to squeeze every illustrative drop out of everyday things—something he did prodigiously. Consider Spurgeon’s analogy of the sun. Rather than a mere blob of … Read more

The Age of the Absurd (Syndicated)

Article By DENNIS PRAGER, Syndicated from The Stram.org Equipping Christians to Think Clearly About the Political, Economic and Moral Issues of Our Day. The West has gone through many eras — the so-called Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the Age of Reason, the Enlightenment, the Industrial Age, and the Post-Modern. The present era is the Age … Read more

Canada’s crackdown on religious freedom is a wake-up call for Americans

Syndicated Article Written By Jorge Gomez, Op-ed contributor | Thursday, March 17, 2022 Recent events in Canada reveal an alarming trend of crackdowns on religious liberty. While not to the same degree of persecution often seen in North Korea or China, it’s nonetheless alarming that brazen violations are happening so close to home. Artur Pawlowski, a … Read more

Cryptocurrency in the Church Collection Plate

By Tobin Perry, Syndicated from Christianity Today James Lawrence, who founded Engiven to help nonprofits and especially churches process crypto donations, thought that surely a some of the owners of Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Tron, Polkadot, or the hundreds of other new and emerging cryptocurrencies would want to give a bit of it away. … Read more

Inconvenient Truth: No One Actually Changes Gender, Only Persona

By Walt Heyer, Syndicated from The Daily Signal    If they only knew the truth, they would be more likely to not attempt what is impossible to do. Language matters. The meaning of words matters. That’s especially true when it comes to the idea that gender or sex can change. Gender identity is an invented … Read more

The Weapon of Worship

Rethinking the power of worship By Mike Glenn, Syndicated from Christianity Today These days, we’ve rediscovered the language of spiritual warfare. The warfare metaphor is used whenever the church undergoes a tough season. The culture in North America has turned against the church. The social contract that existed for so long between the church and … Read more

How to patiently bear with others’ faults like Job in the Bible

By Dolors Massot, Syndicated from Aleteia In daily living, we’ve all experienced that forgiveness is a great demonstration of love. Forgiving others for what they have done to us requires a voluntary act that is sometimes difficult, even very much so, to the point that when it comes to serious offenses we consider forgiveness to be … Read more