Rome Killed Women, Too

We often hear of the great martyrs of the faith throughout church history. Yet, so often these lists contain primarily the names of men—great, revered men, to whom Christians today owe a great deal. It is important to remember, however, that many women also have died for their faith throughout history.

Dedicated Pastors Produce Discerning Sheep

Throughout the ages, God graciously has blessed His Church with gifted, committed men who have offered their lives to the service of the Lord and the proclamation of His Word. Faithful shepherds of Christ's sheep, they are models of truth and commitment.
 

What God Says About His Word

Far too many professing evangelicals today are willing to undermine and compromise the inerrant, infallible, authoritative Word of God. It simply is not popular for a man to state unabashedly that the Bible is true, that it means what it says, and that men are subject to the truths contained within it. Yet, when we consider what God says about His Word, we realize that, as Christians, it is not only our duty, but our privilege to remain faithful to this gift.

Affirming Sola Scriptura

The authority of God's Word has been under attack since the beginning of time (Gen. 3:1). While it is devastating to see the world, in its hatred and distaste for Christ and His Word, denigrate the Scriptures, it is perhaps more infuriating when such attacks come from those who profess some sort of faith in Christ.
 

Just One Bite

Sin may be likened to a mosquito bite. It starts as one, small pin prick, but once the skin has been broken, that bite begins to itch. And each time you succumb to and scratch it, the welt grows. The itch intensifies. Attempts to waylay the irritation are merely temporary solutions. In the face of our own remedies, the itch always returns

Doctrine Matters

Doctrine matters. Regardless of the common seeker-driven battle cry that “doctrine divides” or “Jesus didn’t die for correct theology,” the reality is that doctrine does matter. In spite of the postmodern attempt to eschew the importance of doctrine and of truth, the genuine Christian knows that, without a right knowledge of the truth, a person cannot be saved. Doctrine matters.

A Better Sacrifice, an Eternal Redemption

"Therefore he is the mediator of a new covenant, so that those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance, since a death has occurred that redeems them from the transgressions committed under the first covenant."

Resting in the Immutability of God

To attempt to wrap one's brain around the innumerable and magnificent attributes of our God is a feat which shall never be fully accomplished this side of glory. Yet our mighty God, the Creator and Sovereign King, has revealed Himself in His Word. And what has He revealed? His goodness, His love, His righteousness, His holiness, His faithfulness, His sovereignty, His forgiveness, His justice, His omnipotence, His omniscience, His salvation, His omnipresence, His graciousness, His perfection. The list could go on and on.

Salvation Is a Work of God

There is a difficult but marvelous truth to be found within the pages of Scripture: You, dear Christian, cannot save anyone. Nor can any sinner save himself. No matter how pithily or poetically one asks Jesus to "come into his heart," no matter how many zeroes are written on the check, no matter how piously the Lord's Table is approached, no matter how many Bible studies one participates in, no matter how many sermons one hears, no matter how many Bibles one owns, no man can bring himself to the point of salvation, nor can any man hold himself responsible for saving another. Salvation is a work of God.

Selfie Righteousness

There appears to be a growing tendency among professing Christians to ignorantly utilize social media for the celebration of oneself. In our attempts to appear spiritual and humble, we ultimately end up exclaiming, "Hey! Look at me! Look at how amazing I am! Look at how much more spiritual I am than you! Look at how much cuter my children are than yours; I must be more blessed! Look at how much more precious my 'quiet time' is!"

Fifty Shades of Grey and Christian Women

How many shades of ‘grey’ are there? Well, when it comes to professing Christian women and the bestselling book, soon-to-be-movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, the various shades between black and white seem to be abundant.

Thankful for Spiritually 'Well-Dressed' Men

In today's world it seems nearly impossible to find men who understand the basics of manners and etiquette (is it really that laborious to hold open the door?), but the notion of a true Christian gentleman? Well, I'd venture to say that many men who profess Christ have no idea what that looks like.
 

Starting the Year in Truth

Equipping Eve is all about equipping women with the truth of God’s Word so that we may stand unwavering upon that word when confronted with the errors and deception of the world and of the father of lies (John 8:44).