Christopher Wright, author of The Mission of God (it’s very good), provides six questions to ask as we study the Bible to better understand God’s purposes in the gospel.
Witnessing to Christ’s Lordship includes faithfulness in the little things of life. They can make a big difference.
Tara Isabella Burton identifies a myth that shapes our world. That our true humanity is in creating ourselves as we wish and finding ways to have everyone see us that way.
The authors reflect on the fiction of C. S. Lewis to uncover his deeply Christian view of being human, being part of created reality, and caring for creation.
Doubt seems fragile and unbelief curiously robust in our world. It helps to remember we are living at the Interface.
In this highly recommended book, a Christian philosopher helps us understand how God intends us to live faithfully as his creatures in time.
In this brief tribute to the Rev. Dr. Timothy Keller (1950-2023), I call attention to him as a faithful border-stalker, a characteristic all followers of Jesus should desire.
In Biblical Critical Theory, Dr Watkin walks through the story of Scripture showing how it critiques and transforms the ideas, values, and ideologies of modern culture.
The follower of Jesus is called to be a person of hope. Pessimism about the state of things doesn’t help.
America has a serious problem with guns, and the followers of Jesus can take the lead on thinking this issue through. Three articles for discussion.