Is the Body That 'Betrayed' Me Still 'Very Good'?
What the incarnation affirms about the reality of God's creation.
Is the Body That 'Betrayed' Me Still 'Very Good'? What the incarnation affirms about the reality of God's creation. Derek Rishmawy| February 20, 2018.
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.
Playlist: The Best New Christmas Music
Be of good cheer: We are in a moment of theologically rich, artistically wonderful recordings.
Songs for the Incarnation. In salvation; Sometimes songs on the Incarnation are thicker than the average praise song, but their richness nourishes our souls.
How Evangelical Biblical Scholars Treat Scripture
We agree on the “divine inspiration, integrity, and authority of the Bible.” But there's much more to our hermeneutic.
biblical writings (1) within the context of the entire canon, and seek to locate texts they are analyzing within the history of divine revelation, which climaxes in the incarnation, life, death
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:
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?
God’s Letter to Us
How evangelicals read Scripture.
Teachings about the Trinity, the Incarnation, and so forth that have not only been grounded in large portions of Scripture but have also been accepted by the vast majority of Christians in
The Age of DisIncarnation
Like Jesus, we must accept, even embrace, our embodied limitations.
would. We have entered the age of dis-incarnation. When pattern. But our generation has finally set the Word free from the inherent limits of incarnation. The
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.
The Faith of the ‘Killable People’
Why “prison Pentecostalism” is flourishing among criminals, gang members, and others on society’s margins.
recorded in Acts 2 describes its result: an array of ethnicities and languages gathered in Jerusalem's urban center, all hearing a startling message of God's incarnation, execution, and
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).
How We Forgot the Poverty of Christmas
The Incarnation is not a story we can package or market. It is also the greatest story ever told.
The Incarnation is not a story we can package or market. It is also the greatest story ever told. The Incarnation is not a story we can package or market.
A Christmas Guide To Family Worship
This Christmas season, how might we lead our families to remember Jesus?
a devotional guide. Christmas is a great time to focus on the themes of redemption, incarnation, and God's faithfulness in keeping promises. You may
The Reformation, Viewed from the East
An Eastern Orthodox theologian assesses Luther’s famous doctrine of ‘sola fide.’
the intended meaning of the Reformation formula can be recognized as consistent with Eastern Orthodox theology if it is interpreted within the context of the Incarnation and the