Alex McNeilly

Alex McNeilly is an assistant pastor at Christ Church Cincinnati. Before that he was the pastor of Clearnote Campus Fellowship at Indiana University–Bloomington. He is married to Dani, with whom he is working to sustain a healthy population of redheads in southwestern Ohio.

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Help Warhorn Republish Man and Woman in Christ

The Warhorn team is launching a campaign to help fund the republication of Man and Woman in Christ by Stephen B. Clark. This essential book on biblical sexuality is needed now more than ever…

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Apostles’ Creed: “…and the life everlasting.”

“Life everlasting.” This might simultaneously be the most popular and the most unpopular teaching of Christianity. For some, the prospect of life after death is a fantastic relief. For others, it is an unspeakable terror. On Judgment Day, when the bodies of the... read more

Apostles’ Creed: “…the resurrection of the body…”

“I am a soul; I have a body.” Have you ever heard that? It sounds nice, but it’s not actually what the Bible teaches us about ourselves. To be human is to be a spiritual and physical being. Each one of us is a body and a soul, together in one person. When Jesus Christ... read more

Apostles’ Creed: “…the forgiveness of sins…”

The Most High God is ruler over the realm of mankind. And He is a just ruler, which means He pays fair wages to all of those under His rule. Now that sounds like a wonderful thing, except for one problem: The wages of sin is death. And we have all sinned, which means,... read more

Apostles’ Creed: “…the communion of saints…”

Being a Christian is not just about being a sinner saved by grace. Christ came to the earth, not just to save individual sinners, but to set apart for Himself a people. He came to establish a holy nation; and the citizens of that holy nation are called “saints.” By... read more

Apostles’ Creed: “…the holy catholic Church…”

When we say, “I believe in the holy catholic Church,” we are not talking about the Roman Catholic Church, and we do not mean that we put our faith in any church. Our faith is in God and in God alone. Roman Catholics believe and teach that the “true” catholic church is... read more

Apostles’ Creed: “I believe in the Holy Ghost…”

Whenever we recite the Apostles’ Creed, we proclaim that we believe in God the Father Almighty, in Jesus Christ His only Son our Lord, and in the Holy Ghost, or, the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Trinity; and faith in the Holy Spirit is... read more

Sexual Bulimia

Genesis 1:28 says, God blessed them; and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” The command to be fruitful... read more

Apostles’ Creed: “…From thence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead.”

During His earthly ministry, Jesus said He “did not come to judge the world, but to save the world” (John 12:47). When He said this, He was describing the purpose of His first coming. When Jesus came two thousand years ago into the world as a helpless baby, the... read more

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