The worst sin is the one we feel the best about.
The doctor asks, “Do you have any pain?” “Nope,” the patient lies. “None at all. Never felt better.”
The often peculiar ceremonial laws of the Old Testament still perform a valuable news-bearing function.
God’s government is both stranger and far more glorious than we realize.
Tragically, unbelief makes a lot of beautiful things invisible.
More than we know, hidden motives govern surface responses to the Bible.