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A Theology Lesson from Quantum Physics
What beaming a proton to space has to do with salvation.
The theories help us explore and explain other data both in the physical sciences (like wave/particle duality) and theology (like the necessity of the incarnation).
Christians, Repent (Yes, Repent) of Spreading Conspiracy Theories and Fake News—It's Bearing False Witness
Try this instead: Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.
our neighbors. It devalues the name of Christ—whom we believe to be the very incarnation of truth—and it inflicts pain upon the people involved. As
Friend, Have You Heard the Good News About the Simulation Hypothesis?
Why a sci-fi idea championed by Elon Musk and others is an opportunity for Christians.
logos, that rational principle that stands behind the universe according to the Greeks—only now it radically “became flesh and dwelt among us.” In fact, the case of the Incarnation is so
Motherhood Is Physical—and So Is the Gospel
Encountering the Incarnation in birthing, breastfeeding, and bathing.
excerpt | Family. Motherhood Is Physical—and So Is the Gospel. Encountering the Incarnation in birthing, breastfeeding, and bathing. The sacred hour of Incarnation. Embodied Hope.
Theology for Life: Launching a New Weekly Podcast I Am Co-Hosting with Wheaton Professor Lynn Cohick
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In our second podcast, we chatted with George Kalantzis, Professor of Theology at Wheaton College, about “The Doctrine of the Incarnation: Why It Matters.” What does 'Incarnation
A Journey of Evangelism in Scripture: The Temple
History reflects a God who deeply longs to be with His people.
The literal translation of dwelling is “tabernacle.” The incarnation of God in Jesus Christ is the new temple. Jesus makes it evident that He is the new temple in John 2:
Christmas 2016
A white Christmas is a fresh reminder of Christ's work.
The Incarnation allowed us to breathe more deeply, trust more fully, and live more joyfully knowing that our present and our future are enveloped by Christ.
Theology for Life (Ep. 3): Mary in Art and Icons
Associate Professor of Art History embraces Mary and Jesus in art
What can we learn from the icons of Mary and Jesus about God the Father and about the Incarnation? What does it mean that Mary is known by theologians as theotokos?
When It Comes to Sexuality, ‘We Can’t Simply Review the Verses Anymore’Subscriber Access Only
Pastor Todd Wilson wants to recover the deeper theological and moral meaning of being made male and female.
captured there. To affirm one is to affirm the other. In the Incarnation and the Virgin Birth, we also see Mary's embrace of God the Son in her body. That the
‘It’ Is Big-Budget Horror with a Surprising Amount of Heart
The latest Stephen King adaptation’s success has more to do with the friendship it celebrates than the scares it delivers. 
an actual character. Conversely, this latest incarnation is more of a special effect—a prop that belongs in an amusement park, not a movie. Though the
The Demanding Faith of Flannery O’Connor
In her writing, O’Connor made belief believable.
God. In Flannery's letters, I find themes that are familiar: sin and grace, fall and redemption, and the ultimate reality, God revealed in the Incarnation. She
A Journey Through the Strange, Scary, and Awe-Awakening World of Video Games
What can this medium—even its most violent expressions—teach us about our deepest aches and longings?
He writes of trying the violent first-person-shooter DOOM: “While dated, the original incarnation remained disconcertingly brutal, even in our desensitized age.” And on the prospect of
The Age of DisIncarnationSubscriber Access Only
Like Jesus, we must accept, even embrace, our embodied limitations.
The only thing inhibiting this more efficient form of ministry are those who stubbornly refuse to abandon their bodies. For example, a few years ago I preached
With Us Always
Devotion. Week of September 11, 2017. We rightly find great comfort in the Incarnation—“the Word became human and made his home among us” (John 1:14).
He Is Born: A Christmas Hymn
A hymn for you as we remember the incarnation today.
A hymn for you as we remember the incarnation today. Enjoy your Christmas today with friends and family, remembering the miracle that is the incarnation.
Not Bound by Time and Space
Devotion. Week of September 11, 2017. We rightly find great comfort in the Incarnation—“the Word became human and made his home among us” (John 1:14).
Fully Present Everywhere
Devotion. Week of September 11, 2017. We rightly find great comfort in the Incarnation—“the Word became human and made his home among us” (John 1:14).
The God of No Limits
Devotion. Week of September 11, 2017. We rightly find great comfort in the Incarnation—“the Word became human and made his home among us” (John 1:14).
Our Immeasurable, Measuring God
Devotion. Week of September 11, 2017. We rightly find great comfort in the Incarnation—“the Word became human and made his home among us” (John 1:14).
Jesus Is the Word
Not only is the Book of John rich with beautiful word pictures and metaphors, but it also clearly portrays crucial themes of the gospel message, including the Incarnation, God's plan of
Catholic but not Roman
Catholic but not Roman
To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the ‘Reforming Catholic Confession’ calls Protestants to unity.
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