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The Vine Project: A Review

Does church make you tired? By this I don’t mean do the sermons make you...

Recommended Books (Summer 2016)

The Apostle Paul closes his epistle to the Ephesians with a memorable...

Defending Substitution: A Review Essay

J. Gresham Machen (1881-1937) argued nearly 100 years ago that if...

Understanding Gender Dysphoria: Book Review

Last November I had the opportunity to attend a lecture given by Dr. Mark...

Recommended Books (Spring 2016)

What makes a good piece of writing? Each of us could provide an extensive...

Kept for Jesus: A Review Essay

by Matthew McAffee [The following is an adaptation of a review recently...

Book Review: Gospel-Centered Youth Ministry: A Practical Guide

In my job to teach future youth ministers, I come across a myriad of...

Why Pastors Aren’t Perfect: An Interview with Zack Eswine

Pastors are a very unique species. They are not only called to bridge two...

The Christian Publisher, Church, and Family: An Interview with Ron Hunter

For decades, Randall House Publications has served the National Association...

What Makes a Sermon ‘Good’? An Interview With Jeff Jones and Jeff Manning (Part II of II)

by Jacob Riggs “The preacher . . . is the only one who is in a position to...

What Makes a Sermon ‘Good’? An Interview With Jeff Jones and Jeff Manning (Part I of II)

by Jacob Riggs “The preacher . . . is the only one who is in a position to...

An Interview with Dr. Donald Whitney

I first came across Donald Whitney’s writings while taking an undergrad...

A Life in Ministry: An Interview with Bobby & Jane Jackson

A few years ago we were privileged at the Forum to have posted an interview...

Arminian and Baptist: An Interview with Matt Pinson

Arminianism has enjoyed something of a renewal of interest in theological...

Legacy of Scalia

Consider what fans and critics alike have said about Antonin Scalia: “He...

A Theology of Suffering from C.S. Lewis

How do we make sense out of suffering? The first step is to realize that...

A Good Reminder for “Tech-Savvy Parenting”

Sometimes conventional wisdom, conventional as it may be, isn’t so wise...

Edmund Burke on Liberty and Virtue

Religion, law and morality interact with each other in ways that affect the...

Thomas Oden on “Theology”

I’ve often been intrigued by the range of definitions that are suggested...

Where Grace Abounded Sin Abounded More?

In his 1611 work A Short and Plaine Proofe, Thomas Helwys argued...

Cultural Engagement According to Carl F.H. Henry

Twilight of a Great Civilization is a collection of essays put together due...

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