This article examines the question, “Is there a definite process for decision-making in the Scriptures?” Eyrich and Strickland begin by examining primary and secondary assumptions about biblical decision making. They then move into a discussion of values and factors in decision-making. The article concludes with three illustrations of this biblical decision-making concept in action.
Making Sense of Self-Pity
What is self-pity, and how should we view it? How can we turn our self-pity into godly lament that engages […]