“I believe, help my unbelief.” So said the father as he entrusted his son to Jesus for deliverance from the malevolent and malicious demon (Mark 9:14–24). Anton recently mentioned this account in his excellent article on trusting God (“Trust God and Keep Your Powder Dry”).
On Tuesday evening, our president announced that, with restrictions, places of worship (excluding Ellis Park, FNB Stadium, and Wanderers—sorry, couldn’t resist!) can reopen. As of next week, churches will be able to gather, as long as there are no more than fifty in attendance coupled
Two months ago (can you believe it?!), I wrote an article (“Commands We Can Keep”) addressing the fact that, though we are unable to gather as a congregation, nevertheless, we can still keep the command to exhort one another to good works (Hebrews 10:23–24). Well,
Psalm 14:1 is one of the best-known verses (by Christians) in the entire collection of Psalms. “The fool says in his heart, ‘There is no God.’” How foolish those ivory tower atheists are! What utter folly spouts from the mouth and pen of Richard Dawkins,