Explaining and defending the Christian faith can seem a daunting job. Not only are believers to know what they themselves believe (doctrine, Bible passages, history, etc.), but to some extent they are to know what others believe. And this is even...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Over the last two years there has been much brouhaha about the explosion of homeschooling. Statistics and numbers fly readily from the pens of writers and lips of hosts: 2 million nation-wide; double-digit growth; incredible SAT scores. Hyped...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The rise of modern homeschooling in the last two decades has done much good. It is a result of many parents who realize that the schools are mostly bastions of unbelief. And it has helped many families focus on an important aspect of their duty:...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
People like top ten lists. I like top ten lists. I've read a few over the years ranging from the top Christian music and sermons to more ambitious top best things happening in Christiandom.This list will be in the latter category. But with a...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Trapped between a day of druidism and a season of commercialism, Thanksgiving receives less and less worth in our nation. Since we have collective amnesia and willful ignorance, we have slowly forgotten what this holiday is supposed to be about....[ abbreviated | read entire ]
â€śRuff!! Ruff!â€ť â€śWhat theâ€¦,â€ť exclaimed a weary-eyed sleeper. Fumbling like a drunken bum, he finally found the clock. His brain stared at the devise until it registered the true state of affairs: â€śItâ€™s 6:00 in the morning!â€ť With a heavy sigh, he...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Many Americans are upset that "Christ" is taken out of "Christmas". They lament over the ever-growing usage of "happy holidays" in place of "merry Christmas". Yet, such a concern is misdirected. Christmas is meaningless without the Law of God.
In spite of the plethera of divergent doctrines and practices, all true Christians have one thing in common: a desire to find God's will. Sadly, though, this formal similarity does not mean a material overlap--in other words: just stating this...[ abbreviated | read entire ]