Why does God seem silent in my repentance? What instruction might he have for me in Peter's denial?
Given a good and loving God, it ought not be possible that tragedies happen…and yet they do. What’s more is that these things happen with alarming frequency and regularity, each time mounting a stronger and stronger argument that God does...
The rescue of the evil King Manasseh reminds us that no one is beyond the saving grace of God.
A stream of teaching in the Reformed tradition has led some to take their sin lightly instead of seriously.
Can racism be reduced to a “sin issue”? Or is there something more specific in play?