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What Dreams May Come
Our gratitude has a short memory. When we ask, we never forget. When we receive, we move on to asking for the next thing. For twenty-five years I prayed for the soul of a dear friend. Twenty five months after his deliverance and I find I don’t give thanks as often as I should. I’ve… Read more »Posted by Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr.
The Man Comes Around
One could argue that on the most important issues surrounding our understanding of the last things are those convictions we hold in common. Christians agree that He will come again to judge both the living and the dead. We all agree on a future bodily resurrection. We all agree that His kingdom is forever and… Read more »Posted by Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr.
Money: Every Thought Captive, June 2013 is at the printers
In the June issue of Every Thought Captive magazine we take a look at money. From, as in our norm, a variety of perspectives: debt, inheritance, gratitude, the tithe, stewardship, the poor, how we teach our children and so on. In addition to our feature articles we have your favorite Top Ten List, pictures of… Read more »Posted by Eric Owens
Dr. Sproul speaks at the Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Conference, Nashville
Creation, Recreation, and Economics: Why the Truth That God Owns Everything Changes Everything Christians are on both sides of the political fence, some arguing we should keep what is ours, others arguing just for the state to redistribute “our” wealth. Both sides miss the most fundamental economic reality- God owns everything. Exploring themes from his… Read more »Posted by Eric Owens
Income Tax Debates
Written 2010 The fight is on to decide if the American people will pay more in income taxes in 2011. Our congressional leaders are busy positioning themselves right and left. Some say they want no more tax increases of any kind while others are saying we ought to tax the rich another bite. Taxes… Read more »Posted by Donald Schanzenbach
Just My Imagination
It’s the fuzzy stuff around the edges that gets us. When we are aware we are facing a text from God’s Word, we tend to tread carefully. We move slowly, break out our exegetical tools, and get to work. The trouble comes when we’re dealing in broad generalities. We take a vague notion grounded in… Read more »Posted by Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr.
Banner of Truth
Written 2010 I mentioned in a recent note dealing with the blessing and pain of my imminent return to Orlando that within a few feet of me as I type there hangs a banner. It is roughly four feet wide and six feet tall. The font of the letters, and the color scheme, manifest the… Read more »Posted by Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr.