A Plea to Have Mercy on Those Who Doubt


Over the years, I have written much about Christian doubt. One of my life-verses is Jude 22, “Have mercy on some who doubt.” Christian doubt is a terrifying plague. Today while reading some of the life of Martin Luther, I came to the conviction that he suffered with debilitating bouts of doubt leading to depression. For him, these […]

The Sword or the Cross? How Islam and Christianity Grow

The Cross and the Sword: How Christianity and Islam Spread

Doctrine drives all religions, theistic and non-theistic. God makes for a more compelling religion. Following God’s will, sacrificing for God, hoping in God compels believers to change the world according to what they deem as pleasing God. Buddhism, which knows of no God, enchants many westerners yearning for religion without worship and contemplation without prayer. […]

Credo Links on Gay Marriage


1. Everything Has Changed, Nothing Has Changed by Albert Mohler “In a very real sense, everything has now changed. The highest court of the land has redefined marriage. Those who cannot accept this redefinition of marriage as a matter of morality and ultimate truth, must acknowledge that the laws of this nation concerning marriage will […]

Gay Marriage: 6 Reasons Christians Should Not Be Too Alarmed


By now, all are aware that the Supreme Court voted Friday in favor of same-sex marriage. In a 5-4 ruling, the decision placed the United States among the 19 countries that have accepted same-sex marriage on a federal level: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, the […]