Editor's Note: This article will appear in byFaith's summer issue, but the interviews took place in October 2018. For someone with 30 tumors squeezed into his skull, Andrew Allen exudes surprising coherence and clarity. But the ...
Christians struggle with prayer. So much so, says Paul Miller, author of A Praying Life, that only about 10 percent of believers claim to have an effective or meaningful prayer life.Read the Article
Perseverance of the Saints cannot be reduced to “once saved, always saved.” That phrase does not tell the whole Story of the biblical doctrine.Read the Article
If we are to recover the practical import of Jesus’ exaltation for the Christian life, then we must first explore the theological significance of this odd but awesome event.Read the Article
“Our disciplines do not make us acceptable to God because they are never long enough, deep enough, or frequent enough. ‘Enough’ isn’t a measure that works for an infinitely holy God.”Read the Article