In the “Song of the Suffering Servant” we have a prophetic text that helps us to recognize the significance of Christ’s work at Christmas.
Confessions is good for the soul
You really should read Augustine’s Confessions. He might teach (or reteach) you something. And at the very least reading it might inspire you to compose your own confession.
Theology Matters… A New Poll Shows Why
A new LifeWay Research poll shows the need for biblically-grounded, theological education.
Here’s to You, Dr. Robinson
Preaching magazine is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and one of the figures who has most influenced preaching during those years has been Haddon Robinson.
Long Live the King
“The king is dead. Long live the king.” -The pronouncement made at the death of a monarch. When a monarch dies the people rightfully proclaim: “The king is dead. Long live the king.” The two statements go together by commemorating the death of the king while also acknowledging the importance, and the beginning, of the new monarch. Together the two … Read More
The King is Dead
Good Friday marks the end of Jesus’ ministry
The Fight of Every Soul: My Uncritical Review of Les Misérables
Real drama is real life, lived in view of the created order: love, sin, desperation, judgment, hope, and restoration. Les Misérables captures it well.
Should Undergraduates Major in Christian Studies?
Dr. Chuck Fuller of the SBC affiliated Anderson University discusses two very important reasons why ministry students should consider getting their undergraduate degree in ministry.
Combating a Sexualized Generation with a Biblical Theology of Sex
Perusing the blogosphere recently, a disturbing headline caught my eye. A religion commentary on cnn.com disturbingly asserted, “True love doesn’t wait after all.” Now we all know blogs can tend towards sensational “Chicken Little” claims and arguments and statistics. But the data given in this article, which was itself a commentary on an earlier article appearing in Relevant Magazine, were … Read More
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