The Importance of Christ’s Ascension

R.C. Sproul has said (among others) “If there is any dimension of the life and work of Christ that is neglected in the church today, it’s His ascension.” Evangelicals, for the most part, do a good job of emphasizing the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. We often fail to see, however, the importance of the ascension. The ascension is Christ’s return to heaven after the … Continue reading The Importance of Christ’s Ascension

Christopher Hitchens and the Myth of Liberal Christianity

I came across something not too long ago that really struck me.  It involved Christopher Hitchens, one of the most well known atheists in the world up until his death last year and a Unitarian minister named Marilyn Sewell. The following exchange took place near the start of their interview: Sewell: The religion you cite in your book (God is not Great) is generally the … Continue reading Christopher Hitchens and the Myth of Liberal Christianity