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 →

Paying Tuition To Sodom

In this space I have been very critical of American public education and rightly so. It was a flawed system from its beginnings in the nineteenth century (which probably did a better job of educating students than its intellectual foundations even intended) . . . Continue reading →

Book Notes: Hope and Holiness: How the Gospel Enables and Empowers Sexual Purity

This important book tackles what is perhaps the greatest enemy facing Christians today. Sexual sin is nothing new, but the epidemic of pornography and its consequences have devastated the church and ruined the lives and ministries of pastors from every denomination. John . . . Continue reading →

What’s Going on Right Now? Sex, Race, Politics, & Power w/ Dr. W. Robert Godfrey (14)

In this episode Bob Godfrey continues his series examining the Christian life after Christendom. How should Christians respond? How have Christians responded to similar challenges in the past. He turns here to Abraham Kuyper (1837–1920), the marvelously prolific author, publisher of two . . . Continue reading →

The New Reformation Catechism On Human Sexuality Available Now From RHB

The New Reformation Catechism On Human Sexuality is available now from Reformation Heritage Books for $3.50. Rosaria Butterfield writes about this new catechism, “‘I, with body and soul, both in life and in death, am not my own, but belong to my . . . Continue reading →