The Pulitzer-prize winning author talks sin, Calvin, and the incarnation.
I believed in God, sure. But it took meeting a true disciple to realize how wrong I’d been.
The son of a gay dad and lesbian mom on how to think about LGBT people at our churches.
We need to get rid of these manmade sayings that we try to attribute to Jesus.
A conservative evangelical shares on why our LGBT neighbors are no different from us.
As a fellow sinner, I don’t categorically condemn those who use this affair site.
Let’s submit to our husband’s welfare, not necessarily to our husband’s will.
Where did this creation story originate? Who takes it seriously? And more.
As soon as I came out, being a Southern Baptist minister wasn’t an option.
Admitting that I’m gay doesn’t mean I’m embracing sin. It means I’m being honest.
We are all cracked and crooked, but God still rescues, restores, and re-creates us.
Three evangelicals tell us why they don’t share each other’s views on hell.
Five ways God turns a “what if…” question into an “even if…” truth.
Sometimes, the engine of desire needs to be turned off.
To get out of the sin-guilt cycle, we must discover the divine longings behind our sins.
The real reason death sucks? It ruins God’s original intent.
A video Q&A with professor Michael Wittmer on the oneness of the Christian and human life.
We must stop telling LGBT youth they’re inherently unworthy of intimate relationship.
Five ways we can apply the Gospel to the fight against this damning epidemic.