January 17, 2018

Thoroughly Human Thinking

Andrew Hudson FrontLine • July/August 2014 The fall of mankind into sin has caused corruption to human thinking (Titus 1:15). This is evidenced by the repeated appeals in the New Testament for believers to renew their thinking (Rom. 12:2; Col. 3:10). This raises the question, “What is fallen man’s thinking like?” The answer to this […]

Violence in America and the Human Condition

Kevin Schaal The attention of the world was focused on Charleston, SC, last week as the tragic shooting at the Emanuel AME Church and subsequent events unfolded. Today the nation witnessed one of the most extraordinary scenes ever in an American courtroom.

The Problem with Human Problems Is Humans

John Vaughn When Paul told the Corinthians, “There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man,” he made practical the doctrine of Anthropology. Declaring that all human problems are “such as is common,” Paul explained that fallen man is susceptible to all the problems that men have in common. Man, made […]