This is where the transgender movement is going: A prominent magazine makes “the moral case for letting trans kids change their bodies”—and makes it the cover story

We did see this coming. With relentless energy, the revolutionaries have bulldozed through the culture, breaking down one moral barrier after another—...

April 12, 2024

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Taken so suddenly, missed so greatly, but safe with Jesus: Remembering Pastor Harry Reeder of Briarwood Presbyterian Church

John Calvin once remarked that Biblical preaching, clearly based upon the inspired Word of God, was nothing less than “God speaking by the mouth of a man.” For decades of ministry, one of those men was Harry Reeder. Dr. Reeder, senior pastor of Briar ...

June 19, 2023

Did you see what happened at the coronation?: Centuries of moral investment in marriage were wiped away

The coronation of King Charles III went off pretty much as planned, with pomp and ceremony designed to invoke a thousand years of history, tradition, national identity, and royal majesty. Observers might be forgiven for wondering just how the elabora ...

June 8, 2023

Lean in to hear the echoes of history: Watching and hearing the coronation of King Charles III

The last time a monarch was crowned in Britain, a very small 4-year-old boy, his hair plastered to his head with polish, wiggled as he sat in Westminster Abbey, feet away from the queen. The queen was his mother. Tomorrow, that queen’s son, King Char ...

June 5, 2023

What comes now in the great battle for life?: The pro-life movement faces hard decisions ahead and many battles to come

One of my favorite preachers used to say that the most confused creature on earth is a dog that finally catches up with a garbage truck. After chasing that truck for years, the dog suddenly catches up with the truck. Now comes the hard part. What doe ...

May 27, 2023

A nation on trial: What should Christians think as a former president faces criminal charges?

The arraignment of a former president of the United States, now officially charged with criminal offenses, marks a day that will weigh heavily on the American mind, heart, and history. There was no live feed from inside the New York courtroom, but th ...

May 5, 2023

The Trump indictment and the rule of law on trial: Criminal charges against a former president represent political dynamite and unprecedented dangers

Here is what we know: Thursday, March 30, 2023, will be one of those dates etched into the history of our nation. Leaked information from Manhattan, instantly broadcast by major news networks and newspapers, indicated that a New York grand jury had v ...

May 1, 2023

The world’s trouble erupts in Nashville: Who can bear such a crime and its heartbreak?

“In this world you will have trouble,” Jesus told His disciples. Christians know this to be true, but sometimes the trouble seems more than believers can bear. On Monday, horrifying trouble came to The Covenant School in Nashville, Tenn., where an as ...

April 29, 2023

A tale of two bishops: What happens when apostasy reigns?

Go back half a century and the most established church of the Protestant establishment was, without question, the Episcopal Church. Never massive in numbers, that historic denomination sat atop the so-called “seven sisters” of the old Protestant main ...

April 21, 2023

Hey Christians, get out and stay out: An Arizona school district gives the boot to student teachers from a Christian college

Our society is growing increasingly secular and increasingly hostile to Christian conviction. Anyone who doubts that mounting hostility should look to Arizona, where one of the state’s largest public school districts has just voted to show student te ...

April 15, 2023

1 Corinthians 15:1–11

Third Avenue Baptist Church Louisville, KY 1 Corinthians 15:1–11 April, 9, 2023 ...

April 9, 2023