Perhaps, Hebrews 11 is still the most compelling biblical mandate for reading Christian biography. Together with Hebrews 13:7 all those biographical lessons in faith seem like an overwhelming summons to keep finding such stories and “considering” them.
Scottish theologian John Murray reflects on the Christian’s spiritual adoption:
The great truth of God’s fatherhood and of the sonship which bestows upon men is one that belongs to the application of redemption. It is true in respect of all…
The demise of "Christendom" affects both the Church's theological dialogue and missional strategy.
Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch give the historical explanation for what it is:
Christendom is the name given to the sacral culture that has dominated European society…
One step before the details of what you believe is the question of why it matters. Simply put, what you believe matters because it's what tells you how to live—and something is always telling everyone. Kevin Vanhoozer explains:
Piper explains his position on alcohol and church membership:
When I came to Bethlehem Baptist Church over [three] decades ago, this was one of the first controversies I had to deal with. We survived it and are he better for… Continue Reading
Princess Diana once said, “Only do what your heart tells you.”
This is a creed believed by millions. It’s a statement of faith in one of the great pop cultural myths of the Western world. It’s a gospel proclaimed in…Continue Reading