It’s not the problems that frustrate; it’s how they’re handled

I have been in need of a new computer for some while now. My previous machine had reached a level of slowness that made every

The real offence is grace

Over a month ago, a court video of Brandt Jean went viral. Jean’s brother, Botham, had been shot and killed by Amber Guyger. Guyger, an

How do I know when a doctrinal issue is important enough to break fellowship?

Al Mohler has helpfully encouraged us all to consider theological triage. Mohler distinguishes between first, second and third order doctrines. First-order doctrines are those things that

Beware the Elijah-complex: a lesson from history

As followers of this blog will know, or those of you who care enough to read the ‘About’ page, my formative Christian years were spent

How do we identify unbelievers masquerading as believers in the church?

‘I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught;