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3 Essentials Every Marriage Needs

By Daniel M. Doriani Genesis 2:24 lists three equally essential points that together make a strong foundation for marriage. If firm, they are as sturdy as a three-legged stool, but if one leg fails, it will surely collapse. We need all three elements of this trio to develop a healthy marriage. Leave “A man will …

A Tale of Three Runners

By Daniel M. Doriani When I was a new Christian, my teachers clearly taught that I owed the Lord my obedience in all of life. Yet I was a bit muddled as to why I obeyed. If asked to explain, I answered three ways, which we can call the way of wisdom, the way of …

Why Everyone is Guilty of the Circular Argument

By: John M. Frame Is everyone called to embrace circular argument? Only in one sense. Circularity in Presuppositional Apologetics We are not called to use arguments such as this: “The Bible is true; therefore, the Bible is true.” One can certainly say that there is a kind of circularity in presuppositional apologetics, but the circularity …

Teaching the Tough Stuff: Why We Go to Church

By Starr Meade   The church has come under harsh attack in our time. Those outside the church have long maintained that they do not need church involvement in order to have valid spiritual experiences. One can worship alone in a beautiful, natural setting just as well (maybe even better), they say, than in a …

Abortion and the Christian

By John M. Frame I would like to suggest that the problem of abortion is neither perfectly easy nor impossibly complex. It won’t be solved by reference to a Bible verse or two; some care­ful thinking is required. Yet it is not the sort of problem about which a “layman” should throw up his hands in …