Monthly Archives: February 2018

8 Ways to Protect Your Children from Cyberbullying

It’s a sad reality that children today are being innocent victims of the anger and frustration of other kids their age. The Internet, and new smartphones apps, have become new platforms for bullies to abuse and harass others, and it’s no surprise, due to the anonymity of many applications, that many bullies are never identified. […]

From 'Huck Finn' to Hosea: Why We Should Read Rather Than Remove Old Books

Remember reading To Kill a Mockingbird or Huckleberry Finn in school? They’re esteemed works of classic literature, but students in a Minnesota school district will no longer be required to read them, according to a recent article on Fox News. The reason? Both include the “n-word.” It’s a decision I can understand, but […]

Are There Degrees of Punishment in Hell?

[Editor’s note: This post is part of a larger series on eternal rewards by Clint Archer. You can view part one and part two on The Cripplegate.] Over the past two weeks (part one and part two) we have looked at the question of eternal rewards in Heaven, prompted by the video by Dr Wellum in which he sidestepped taking a firm […]

Are You Doing This in Your 5 Minutes Before Worship?

What does your Sunday morning look like? Recently, I read a line in Iain Murray’s biography of Martyn Lloyd-Jones that caused me to pause and think.  In describing the worship service at Westminster Chapel in London where Lloyd-Jones ministered, Murray writes, “The keenness with which 11 A.M., the hour of public worship, was awaited […]