Well Said: Preaching, Racism, Homosexuality, Not Feeling God, Sin - Radical

Well Said: Preaching, Racism, Homosexuality, Not Feeling God, Sin

Hope for the Melancholy Preacher: "How do we learn to live with the fact that no sermon will ever measure up to the depths of our text, to the needs of our people, or to our ideal images of ourselves? What does success look like when you know your preaching will never be good enough?" Matt McCullough, 9 Marks

Racism and #McKinney: "In many cases, the refusal to see what is in the video may reveal something else, namely a denial of our history and cultural proclivity towards racism." Matt Emerson, Secundum Scripturas

The Bible and same sex relationship: A review article: Responding to books by Matthew Vines and Ken Wilson, Tim Keller gives a thoughtful critique to the six basic arguments he perceives them to make in their "biblical" defense of same-sex relationships.

"I Can't Feel God Anymore" – The Big Secret of Every Christian: "My dear wonderful honest friend: I think this is probably the question I get the most from every young Christian out there. You are not alone in this. So please allow me the grace to set this straight…" J.S. Park

When God Interferes With Our Plans: "Here are a few of the ways in which God interferes with our desire and attempts to sin against him."

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