“When am I ready to be baptized?” It’s a common question that parents, grandparents, Bible class teachers, and mature Christians must be prepared to answer. Consider some additional questions that get to the real heart of the matter: “Do I …Read More »
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In many ways, Islam has the attention of the Western world. News outlets regularly feature reports of the spread of Islam’s influence beyond the Middle East. As a result, Christians have questions about Islam. Valid questions. But our knowledge of …Read More »
Video of Dr. William Lane Craig—lecturing in Berkley, California—laying down numerous evidences supporting the historical resurrection of Jesus Christ. The session concludes with a Q & A session.Read More »
Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs is a new hymnal for congregational worship. It is an original and fully edited publication and the work product of worship leaders, hymn writers, and tune composers, as well as evangelists, elders, and teachers. Its textual content, musical arrangements, style, format, and special features are intended to enhance the praise of God and the teaching and admonition of Christians. I'm thankful to have had a small part in its production as a technical editor and excited to see this long project finally come to beautiful fruition.
This hymnal is a work of art which employs several unique features, most notably, the Phrased Notation page layout. Phrased Notation sets the width of a hymn on a page by the length of phrases that fit on a line; it then wraps the music around those phrases. The result is a series of unbroken phrases, clauses, and couplets, as would appear in a book of poetry. These unbroken phrases help the worshiper visualize and grasp the messages as they are being sung.Read More »
A practical encouragement from Brian Croft to help us live with our wives “in an understanding way” (1 Pet 3:7): While in Grand Cayman last week for our 15-year (early) anniversary trip, we had an amazing time with great discussions …Read More »
Here is Don Carson’s response to that difficult question.Read More »