In this article I've pulled together doctrinal statements of three evangelical organizations, using them to distill one statement which illustrates the beliefs that most evangelicals would agree on.
The Megachurch. On an average Sunday in 2013, five million people worshiped in a U.S. megachurch. The average Church in the world today has a weekly attendance of under 0ne hundred.
This is a comparison of small group ministry in modern churches with the ancient, New Testament model for this kind of outreach. Can the old format be effectively adapted to the modern Church?
This article discusses waiting for true love and making the choice to remain pure until marriage.
A critical analysis of Augustine's theodicy. Does St Augustine maintain a sound argument for the existence of God?
Many Evangelical Christians oppose the practice of Yoga. Many non christians wonder why. Here is a concise and understandable explanation of the controversy.
Theology. There, you already fell asleep didn't you? Theology is viewed by many as a boring and confusing field of study. Here are some definitions and explanations that may help.
Must we see in order to believe? Learn what we "know" today without seeing, extend that logic to our faith and your wisdom will grow. See the new technology yourself and judge for yourself. What are the unseen things that we now know? What can we learn from this new science and technology?
People move at their own pace when it comes to religious beliefs. Arguments don't win people over, they only build walls higher. In this article, I simply share why I no longer believe in hell.
Evangelical Christianity is changing before our eyes. Old beliefs are being discarded and new goals adopted. In this article, I provide an informed opinion about where the Church is being lead.