By Mark Belz. Trial lawyers disagree on many things, but on some basic principles there is virtual unanimity. One of these has to do with the cross-examination of a witness: never ask “one question too many.” Are we to take Christ’s teaching here seriously, to think radically, to act obediently or not? But perhaps 1 have now asked one question too many-or one too hard to deal with.
Raymond C. Ortlund, Jr. God’s reviving power is not evenly distributed throughout his Church.We hear Christian voices offering us their vari
By Charles W. Anderson. Dad Chisholm was in a class by himself. An excellent manager and a superb surgeon, he was honored by being named to both the international College of Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons. His main interest, however, was evange
By Lee Taylor. It never fails! Just at the moment when the world adopts something from the church arena, we back away from it! Today we back away from the word “laity.”
By Lee Taylor. Godly men and women are complex resources. They are definitely underutilized! But we must be careful with that term or we quickly buy into the prevailing world view.
By Dr. Nelson Perret. Familiarity with a subject often leads to a very superficial understanding of reality. It is important that Christians take time to reflect upon the emotional and physical suffering involved in the crucifixion.