Tag: Rebecca McLaughlin

What Does It Mean to Love Your Neighbor?

One of the most disorienting things for many Christians in the West today is finding that they’re on the moral low ground in the eyes of their non-Christian friends and neighbors.

Rebecca McLaughlin: No Greater Love

If we are going to present a compelling alternative to non-Christian sexual ethics today, we need to recover a New Testament understanding of brotherly and sisterly love. Everywhere I go, I meet brothers and sisters in Christ who are trusting that Jesus’ love is better than any human love, leaving same-sex sexual relationships to follow Jesus. If someone leaves a gay relationship to enter the church, they should find more love and not less.

Good News

My guess is that for most of us, this manifesto of Jesus’s kingship sounds attractive.

Rebecca McLaughlin: Confronting Jesus

“Jesus chose the cross so that the curtain could be torn and we could live eternally with him.”

Rebecca McLaughlin: A Curious Faith—Part 1

“There are a lot of things that look like roadblocks to faith, but if you look more closely, they become signposts to Jesus.”

Rebecca McLaughlin: Presenting Truth With Humility—Part 2

“We can’t actually share the gospel while holding onto our pride. Too often we think we’re defending Jesus when in fact we’re defending ourselves.”

Can’t We Just Be Good Without God?

Excerpted From '10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) About Christianity' (Crossway)