Maybe, just maybe, the magic of Christmas – of peace on earth and good will toward men; of Emmanuel, God with us; of joy to the world; of silent night and holy night – can only be had by choosing the right words and the right definitions.
Dr. Piper discusses the recent speech of President Obama and how, although he is now a “champion” for objective truth, his presidency did not reflect these morals.
In an article published in the Washington Times, Dr. Piper writes about the postmodern society’s belief in opinions as the foundation of truth.
Dr. Piper writes about the differing views of sin between the right and the left, and how both “manage sin,” but neither embrace the Savior.
As our Founders voted on a declaration in early July, 1776, was it a declaration of independence or a declaration … Continued
In an article written in the Washington Times, Dr. Piper discusses the liberal left’s new infatuation with Leviticus, and the importance of interpreting the Bible accurately in order to discover the historical and linguistical meaning.