April 2006 Edition
Welcome to re:thinking magazine. Below you will find the titles, with a short synopsis, of the various articles appearing in this issue. We are interested in any feedback you may have, whether positive or not, so feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to correspond directly with the writers, their e-mail addresses are provided at the end of their articles.
Editorially Speaking: Secularization And Its EffectBy Allan Turner
Secularization is eating our culture alive. Unless we do something, we will continue to be consumed by it. To read what Allan thinks the remedy is, click here.
Campbellism vs. PrayerBy Wayne Wells
More than taking on a venerated icon, Wayne, in another excellent article, deals with a way of thinking that has plagued far too many Christians for far too many years. To read all about it, click here.
Working on Sunday? By Randy Blackaby
Today, when Sunday is just another day in our culture, Randy deals with the problem of Christians being called upon to work on the Lord’s day and what they may be able to do about it. To read this article, click here.
The Logical Problem With AbortionBy Doy Moyer
An article that deals with how to logically demonstrate to our neighbors the problem with abortion. To read it, click here.
The Church Without
Laity (Part VI)By Allan Turner
The church purchased with the precious blood of Jesus Christ is unique (cf. Acts 20:28). It is most unfortunate that it remains a church unknown to most. It is, astoundingly, a church without laity, and it is this feature that Allan will be focusing on in this series of articles. To read the sixth installment in this series, click here.
By Women, For Women: “How Shall the Young Secure Their Hearts?”By Lydia Humphries Casey
In this excellent article, Lydia gives mothers some wonderful advice. To read what she has to say, click here.
Ode To The Unknown God
By Allan Turner
This series of thirteen articles involves a study of the one true God, a look at the psychological nature of idolatry, and a critical examination of some of the idols we moderns have constructed for ourselves. These articles will form the core of a book to be published soon. To read the first article, click here.
Announcing A New Book entitled The Christian & War: A Study That Asks Whether A Christian May Scripturally Function As A Punitive Agent Of The State And Other Related QuestionsBy Allan Turner
This book is scheduled to be published in the next several months. It is a much needed and updated look at a most important subject. Unfortunately, many young Christian men and women are enlisting in the military today without having thoroughly studied this issue. The author has a definite point of view and some will, no doubt, think his thesis quite controversial. Nevertheless, the author believes it is a point of view that the thinking Christian must become familiar with. To view the table of contents and read the first chapter, click here. (Please note that doing so will take you off site. To return here, you’ll have to click the “return” button on your browser.)