By Tim Morris
It’s helpful if we recognize that our shared beliefs as Christians in the Reformed tradition put all of us on a middle path with regard to “following the science.”
By Kevin DeYoung
The doctrine of limited atonement — the L in TULIP — teaches that Christ effectively redeems from every people “only those who were chosen from eternity to salvation” (Canons of Dort, II.8). As Ursinus explains in his commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism, Christ’s death was for everyone “as it respects the sufficiency of satisfaction which…
By Melissa Morgan Kelley
What would it look like for us to begin viewing our limitations as gifts? How might we grow in humility toward that end? And how might embracing our finitude lead to a deeper, more resilient faith?
By Kathleen B. Nielson
In talking with fellow believers about praying for our children, I’ve noticed that some of the most urgent, energetic responses come from parents of adult children.
By Megan Fowler
Redemption Hill Church does not look like the church Peter Doerfler set out to plant, but it’s the church God gave him to tend.