Video: The Truth About Sexual Sin

Chris Gordon, Rev. Bill Boekestein, and Rev. Joel Dykstra discuss the Sexual Revolution’s explosive effect on society and the church, and pinpoint the one thing that didn’t happen that led to the end of Christendom. RESOURCES Resources On The Rule Of Worship . . . Continue reading →

Video: Confronting Sin

Chris Gordon and Daniel Borvan continue their conversation on Alistair Begg’s recent statements on attending a gay wedding. RESOURCES Resources On The Rule Of Worship Subscribe To The Heidelblog! The Heidelblog Resource Page Heidelmedia Resources The Ecumenical Creeds The Reformed Confessions The . . . Continue reading →

You’ve Been Invited To A [Fill In The Blank]: Should You Go?

As the culture descends further into post-Christianity and even the memory of Christianity fades in the minds of most Westerners, Christians will find themselves facing many of the same questions faced by the Christians of the first and second centuries. Many of . . . Continue reading →

Trueman On Erasing Women

The moral aporias of contemporary progressive politics are becoming more obvious on a regular basis. This week, the U.K.’s Attitude magazine named transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney its “Woman of the Year” and featured him on its cover. As is increasingly the case with such . . . Continue reading →

Trueman On Queer Imperialism

The anti-Western left has been exposed for its sexual imperialism over the last few months. Evidence is all around. American Muslims have led protests against the imposition of LGBTQ policies and curricula in schools, leaving American progressives uncomfortably caught between two pillars . . . Continue reading →

Sodom, Jude 7, Biases, And How To Interpret The Bible

On 20 September 2021, T. E. Bunch et al. published what became a hotly (pun intended) controverted article, which claimed to have found evidence of a “Tunguska sized airburst” over Tall el-Hammam, a Middle Bronze Age city in the Jordan Valley near . . . Continue reading →

Activists Are Controlling Scientific Research

A significant social-science paper, co-authored by my casual friend Michael Bailey, Ph.D., a psychology professor at Northwestern, was just retracted by the prestigious Springer-network journal Archives of Sexual Behavior. It’s worth looking at exactly why this happened. …All right: enough wordplay. In reality, anyone . . . Continue reading →