It is readily apparent that Andy Stanley is motivated by a deep concern to share the gospel with a generation that is "post-Christian." However, Stanley's apologetic strategy raises concerns about how he presents the Bible.
Why should Christians care about cases such as Masterpiece Cakeshop? Do cases like this take us away from the centrality of gospel proclamation? Shouldn't Jack Phillips, Joanna Duka, and Breanna Koski just lay down their rights in the face of opposition for the sake of being like Jesus?
There are some who look at the bigness of the universe and conclude there must be no God at all! Recently some philosophers have attempted to formulate this idea into an argument against the existence of God.
Examining the underlying the worldview and philosophy as well as watching for the logical entailments and applications allow one to see exactly what is at stake in the debates about transgenderism.
Why does anyone think this is a Good Book?
The language of hope fills the most recent edition to the "Star Wars" saga.