• Suffering…and Rejoicing
    Suffering…and Rejoicing
    Peter looks at the question of suffering from just about every angle in this little letter. He tells us that we aren’t to be surprised…
  • Where Was God on 9/11?
    Where Was God on 9/11?
    We were running late that morning, so my wife Shirin and daughter Sarah missed their regular train at the Babylon station of the Long Island Rail Road…
  • God at Work
    God at Work
    Updated August 31, 2014 So you're having a bad day. A very bad day. No. You're having a bad, very long season in your life. Do you think that something…
  • The Rise and Fall of Jesus Christ
    The Rise and Fall of Jesus Christ
    Jesus Christ has moved from the status of only Savior of the world, to something far less. I'm going to refer to this new Jesus as “St. Jesus.”
  • Our Own Good
    Our Own Good
    What a bad rap God’s Law has been given. All those “thou shalts" and "thou shalt nots”—nothing but negativity!
  • God, Unmistakable
    God, Unmistakable
    In one form or another we’ve all said it, or at least thought it: “How can a loving God allow that?” There are so many ways in which we think we can call God to account for what he does, or doesn’t do…


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God at Work

God at Work

Updated August 31, 2014 So you're having a bad day. A very bad day. No. You're having a bad, very…

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Our Own Good

Our Own Good

What a bad rap God’s Law has been given. All those “thou shalts” and “thou shalt nots”—nothing but negativity!

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Impossibly Holy

Impossibly Holy

Now it’s one thing to believe that God is holy (most religions don’t), but it’s quite another when this holy…

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Got Faith?

Got Faith?

Our world today is post-modern, post-Christian, and post just about everything else we used to regard as common ground. In…

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  • Interview: Study: Where Are the Women Leading Evangelical Organizations?
    That's the mystery the Gender Parity Project, whose results debut this weekend, sets out to solve. One striking finding of the Gender Parity Project—the largest study to date of women leading evangelical organizations (nonprofits, not churches)—is that the men in such organizations identify as egalitarians. At least when it comes to women leading in soc […]
    Interview by Katelyn Beaty
  • A Sobering Mercy
    The second time I surrendered to Christ, I was on a dirt road with no memory of how I had arrived there. One of the advantages of growing older is the perspective it provides. From a vantage point of more than seven decades, I increasingly marvel at the sovereignty and love of God. Only the passage of time enabled me to see that my salvation has been God-ini […]
    Lyle Dorsett
  • Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens? The Evidence Says Yes.
    Christian private school graduates are just as engaged in their communities as their public school peers—if not more. According to their critics, private Christian schools foster an attitude of isolation and withdrawal from society. And according to their boosters, public schools provide a unique and essential preparation for citizenship in a diverse nation. […]
    Ray Pennings

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