Give thanks: Thanksgiving essays from the community
Take a few minutes today to check out these Thanksgiving articles, especially if you’re not feeling particularly in a “thanksgiving mood.” Giving thanks is an important and deeply rewarding element of the Christian faith, and now’s the perfect time to learn more about cultivating a thankful heart.

Is there such a thing as a “righteous lie”?
Is it a always a sin to lie? Is there ever a time when it’s OK to commit a “lesser” sin—perhaps to avoid what you perceive as a much more serious sin?

Reflecting Christ’s generosity amidst the holiday shopping madness
A short but appropriate challenge to us as we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving… and as millions of shoppers brace themselves for the post-Thanksgiving consumer frenzy.

Would you submit to moral, but non-biblical, lifestyle restrictions in your job?
Would you take a job with an employer that imposed non-biblical restrictions on your personal behavior? Is a restriction like this an instance of humans adding pointless laws to the gospel of grace?

Hope amidst sorrow: death, funerals, and the power of the Gospel
You can hear the Gospel preached and discussed in a lot of places. But if you want to witness the Gospel with all of its power to proclaim hope amidst the horror of sin and death, perhaps that message is most clear when it is spoken amidst the pain and sorrow of a funeral.

Does Belief in God Necessitate Belief in Demons? - The Blog
What role do you think demonic forces play in our world? Do you believe that Satan has a hand in everything, is mainly an impotent being, or doesn’t even exist?

The Manhattan Declaration
What do you think of the Manhattan Declaration? Do you think it’s useful for Christians to sign?

Is Church Attendance Required to Call Yourself a Christian?
Let’s say a person became a Christian some time ago and just never got around to finding a church. They read still read their Bible and pray, but they’re not a member or even an active “visitor” of any organized body of Christ. Are they still a Christian?

Does New Moon paint an unhealthy picture of love?
Do you worry that Twilight’s young fans will take away a misguided lesson about love? Or do you think these critics are over-thinking things, and that we should instead be grateful that Bella and Edward’s relationship isn’t reduced to gratuitous sex (a rarity for a cinematic romance these days)?

Sin: setting ourselves above God
What was so bad about Adam and Eve’s sin in the Garden of Eden that it merited the judgment that they (and all of Creation) suffered as a result?