Consider the absurdity: to take a product of God’s hand and serve it as if it was God.
On May 1, we are launching a new monthly publication called TBR.
In Christ, we have access to the presence of God in the person of Jesus Christ.
In this article, I mean to defend my position that church and civil governments are distinct, to the implication that forbidding local church assemblies during a pandemic falls outside the jurisdiction of civil government.
In which I give road signs for how exactly I’m going to leave this topic.
The great, immovable fortresses of evil in this world are momentary reminders that we are, after all, quite small, and our lives are truly quite simple, and that’s really how God wants it to be.
There are reasons to not meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are no home-run reasons not to meet.
God’s sovereignty leads Solomon to live a life of obedience and joy under God.
COVID-19 is a small price to pay for maintaining religious freedom.
A situation that eclipses the coronavirus, for sure.