How can we navigate our culture’s various definitions of “love” to speak the truth in love?
It’s easy to approach parables as if their only purpose is to offer a theological principle. But they’re not fanciful stories containing a hidden truth. They are truth because they do something.
What if the missing link between a Christian wanting to share the Gospel and a Christian sharing the Gospel is not the knowledge they have, but the gumption to do it?
How should we respond to Joshua Harris’ (or another Christian leader’s) leaving the faith?