Good Friday marks the end of Jesus’ ministry
Want to know the key passages where Paul discusses justification or his advice on dealing with governmental authorities or food offered to idols?
Today is Yom Kippur, the day (beginning last night at sun down) observant Jews fast and pray, in remembrance and recollection of Israel’s history.* Though the calendar is littered with opportunities to seek pardon of sin and offence, the Jews, including their places of religious rituals and their priesthood, set aside one day to cover all manner of sins (see … Read More
Sermons should be devoted to expounding scripture, not commenting on current events
salvation by faith needs to be referenced in relationship to Jesus’ works of the law
Ethical questions are raised in the trilogy: The Hunger Games
My colleague, Dr. Fuller, insightfully wrote about expectations for ministers a few weeks ago, and I’d like to ponder the issue of making sure others maintain our standards, from a different angle. And last fall I wrote a piece about how we’re often taught “Don’t judge” as a biblical truth without any reflection. I suppose this is the other side of … Read More
Ryan Neal using the life and behavior of Steve Jobs, examines the binary judgments we often place on ourselves in spite of the fact that in Christ, we can live in the between, sinner yes, but also saint.
Do the Denver Broncos win because Tim Tebow is a Christian?