Should I Use the Sinner's Prayer in Evangelism?Michael Riccardi | July 09, 2019
The Motivation of EvangelismMichael Riccardi | July 02, 2019
The Recent Trinitarian DebateMichael Riccardi | June 15, 2016
Here is my attempt at a very brief summary of the current debate/discussion surrounding the eternal functional subordination (EFS) of the Son to the Father
Augustine and Christian JoyMichael Riccardi | April 04, 2016
Many Christians recognize the name of Augustine of Hippo from his valiant defense of the biblical doctrine of divine sovereignty against the man-centered heresy of the British monk Pelagius. And we know that the Reformers made exceedingly..
When Does Error Become Heresy?Michael Riccardi | November 23, 2015
More than ten years ago, Al Mohler wrote a seminal blog post outlining what he called “theological triage.” Borrowing the term from the emergency room, Mohler discussed the need for Christians to prioritize certain doctrinal issues over others.
Slaves of ChristMichael Riccardi | June 24, 2015
When I began to preach the book of Philippians a couple years ago, I noticed that Paul immediately identifies himself and Timothy as slaves of Christ Jesus (Phil 1:1). Now, most of the English versions have “servants” or “bond-servants” there,..
Taking Advantage of Evangelistic OpportunitiesMichael Riccardi | June 10, 2015
Paul wrote his epistle to the Philippians against the backdrop of the church’s concern for Paul, during his first Roman imprisonment, as he awaited his trial before Nero.
Worldliness and the Christian MinistryMichael Riccardi | April 08, 2015
Among Reformed evangelicals today, the most influential 19th-century Anglican is undoubtedly J. C. Ryle. And that is not without cause. Ryle's work on discipleship and Christian living has represented a remarkable service to Christ's Church.