1. Von

    Is it wrong to pay someone so that they would listen to the gospel?

    If someone is standing on a street corner and offering money to people for 10 minutes of their time in order that he may share the gospel, what would you think?
  2. Jonathan95

    Evangelism vs Holiness

    I see that churches take evangelism seriously. This is a good thing. However, I become worried that believers will try to blend in with the world to the point where they are indistinguishable from the people to whom they "proclaim the Gospel". And in all honesty, I haven't really seen much...
  3. S

    A Wall in the Middle of the Book: From Evangelicalism to Presbyterianism

    I recently read this book to my 2 year old son and realized that it summed up my journey to Presbyterianism:
  4. Matthew G. Bianco

    Free Grace, Much Forgotten in Modern Evangelicalism

    This is an article I submitted to The Record, which is Wheaton College's student-run newspaper (I am a student there). They put it on and it was published and distributed on March 23, 2017: "I write this article with concern and with love for my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ here at...
  5. Office Hours

    Office Hours: From Billy Graham to Sarah Palin with D.G. Hart

    Office Hours talks with Darryl G. Hart, Adjunct Professor of Church History, about his recent book From Billy Graham to Sarah Palin: Evangelicals and the Betrayal of American Conservatism, which argues that evangelicalism is (and always has been) a bad fit with classic political conservatism...