Do All MBI Professors Affirm Inerrancy? It Depends on Your Definition

Do all the professors at the Moody Bible Institute (MBI) affirm biblical inerrancy? This question has been hotly debated ever since I reported that one of several allegations against the previous administration was that it allowed professors who deny inerrancy to teach at the institute. Less than a week after that post, three of MBI’s top

What Does the Bible Say About Forgiveness?

We’ve all faced the situation sometime in our lives. Someone has sinned against us, but he’s not sorry. He may not even admit the offense. So, what do we do?  Author and Pastor Remy Diederich says we forgive unconditionally. “To forgive means to not give your offender what they deserve: justice,” he writes. “We call

How Do I Discern God’s Will?

While researching for today’s program, I came across this video on “How Do I Discern God’s Will?” on a YouTube Channel called, “The Spiritual Howcast.” I really like this guy. I appreciate how he talks to both Christians and non-Christians at the same time. And, I like how he explains spiritual issues in a clever

Why Discuss The Possibility of an Islamic Antichrist?

Does it really matter what religion or nationality the Antichrist will be? Isn’t speculating about his identity just a distraction from the gospel? Worse yet, couldn’t identifying him as Muslim actually stir up anti-Islamic fervor? These are some of the comments I’ve heard this past week as I’ve announced this Saturday’s Up For Debate on whether

The Juvenilization of the Church

            “I don’t wanna grow up.  I’m a Toys R Us Kid.”  So says the classic Toys R Us commercial, but no one ever imagined it would become a mantra for the evangelical church.  Yet, as Thomas Bergler, author of “The Juvenilization of American Christianity” writes, that’s precisely what’s happened.              This so-called “quiet revolution”

The KJV – A Lasting Monument to William Tyndale

For the past four centuries, the King James Version of the Bible has reigned supreme. Soon after its completion in 1611, it became the translation of choice for almost all English-speaking Protestants. Some 350 years after its creation, Winston Churchill hailed it a “masterpiece” and George Bernard Shaw called the King James Version “magnificent.” Today,