- Joe Carter comments on a new Gallup poll indicating that Americans Believe There Are More Homosexuals in the U.S. Than There Are Catholics.
Let’s take a survey: Are Americans (a) really bad at estimating, (b) really gullible, (c) both really gullible and really bad at estimating? After seeing the results of this Gallup survey, I think the answer is obvious
- Douglas Wilson offers Seven Thoughts on Time Management.
Take in more than you give out. If you give out more than you take in, you will . . . give out. Your lake should have snowmelt streams running into it. Every vocation requires constant learning, constant development.
- Nancy Guthrie asks, “What Do You Mean When You Talk about Christ in the Old Testament?” looking at several ways of summarizing the different approaches to interpreting the OT christologically.
Only a few years ago my own understanding of how Christ is seen in the Old Testament was mostly limited to prophecies of Christ’s coming and a few of the more obvious types and symbols that point to Christ. But I experienced a real breakthrough as I began to listen to Christ-centered preachers who presented Christ from every part of the Scripture.
- Russell Moore takes on the question of whether a complementarian man with an egalitarian wife should be a pastor.
You are called to a self-sacrificial headship in your marriage. This means you love your wife, and you do what’s best for her, even to the point of crucifying your own ambitions, your own callings, and even your own life (Eph. 5:25-30). Don’t put your wife in the situation in which she must choose between loyalty to you and fidelity to what she believes. If that means serving the Lord in some way other than the pastorate, so be it. Your marriage is more important than your ministry.
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