What we saw or read this week: The "Race and the Church" conference, the place of grace in the discipline of teaching, why the Reformation still matters.
Two major Evangelical institutions have called the death penalty into question. Marcos explores why they may be right.
What we saw or read this week: Vern Poythress on a God-centered view of language, arguments for paedobaptism, and Nepal's Justin Bieber becomes Christian.
What we saw or read this week: Lessons from the Italian immigration, millenials and being white, and photographs from the Swahili coast.
A stream of teaching in the Reformed tradition has led some to take their sin lightly instead of seriously.
What we saw or read this week: Asian-Americans and the problem of being a model minority, Chris Bosh's brush with death, and why the church needs to talk about race.
Reformed Christians are often accused of denying the freedom of the human will. Does the Westminster Confession help?
An emotional reflection on the reported targeting of Christians and other religious people during a mass shooting in Oregon.
Many in the Reformed world want to keep egalitarians from having a seat at the table. Marcos Pushes back.
What we saw or read this week: Andy Mineo's new album, a pre-crime program, challenges of urban ministry, and segregation maps.