Resources on Theology

One of my less exciting Christmas gifts to myself this year was a sparkly new crown on one of my upper molars. It began in October with a simple cleaning that led to the discovery of a small cavity. It wasn’t... Continue...

“Mine!” is a declaration with which most parents are all too familiar. Parents often respond to fighting over toys and possessions by becoming referees and sorting out what happened in order to decide the fair way to proceed. The parent... Continue...

Time was full, ready to give birth. A promise had been given and many had whispered of it afterward when they walked along the road and when they tucked their children in at night and when the world groaned with... Continue...

“This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about . . . “ (Matthew 1:18-25).  With those words, the Bible begins the story of Christmas, an event that has become the most widely observed cultural holiday in the... Continue...

We can’t imagine a world without Christmas. Since childhood, our days have been numbered by what preceded and proceeded from Christmas. There is Before Christmas (B.C.) and After Christmas (A.D., the year of our Lord). Though some of our post-Christian... Continue...

Russell Moore and the ERLC staff wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. John... Continue...

Phillip Bethancourt: Welcome back to the Questions and Ethics program. I’m Phillip Bethancourt joined here by Russell Moore, and we want to talk to you some more about the holidays. Think about the topic that seems to come up every... Continue...

In a recent article (7 Things Christians Should Know About Torture), I wrote that the recent Senate Report on the C.I.A.’s interrogation techniques should be the beginning, rather than the end, of the discussion on the morality and legality of... Continue...

What does the Bible mean when it says "Judge not, that you be not judged"? And how does this fit with how the church should respond to the LGBTQ community? Can the love of Christ transcend humanity's sexuality and get to the... Continue...

On May 31, 1792, William Carey preached a sermon that has come to be called the deathless sermon because it changed the entire Christian world. Preaching from Isaiah 54:1-2, Carey declared that we must, “Expect great things from God” and... Continue...