For J. Gresham Machen, any conception of ethics not grounded in the Gospel was ultimately misleading and deceptive.
J. Gresham Machen's critique of Protestant Liberalism in the early twentieth century has relevance for the for the contemporary American church.
John Fesko talks about what it means to be both a pastor and a scholar.
Evangelicalism, in practice, is losing its interest in God and the grand story of his saving work in Jesus Christ.
As Christians we are a part of a grand narrative that revolves around God's purposes in creation, redemption, and the age to come.