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Going Overboard: How Our Panic Betrays God's Peace
When the storms hit and life gets real, he still proves faithful.
10 Obscure Gospel Moments Most Jesus Films Miss
A look at commonly neglected gospel stories and films that depict them.
Died: Ian Howard Marshall, Courageous and Winsome Bible Scholar
A tribute to the New Testament expert who kept the flame of evangelical scholarship from burning out.
Did Matthew Think Peter Was a False Disciple?
A new book from a top evangelical scholar makes the case.
We Should Expect Non-Christians to Share Our Morals
Both natural and civil law, as God designed, tell us why.
Weekend Edition: October 23, 2015
Motherly leadership, Evangelicals on the death penalty, and more.
Subscriber Access Only Was the Samaritan Woman Really an Adulteress?
We know her as sexually immoral. Her community would have known otherwise.
Subscriber Access Only Leaving Patriarchy in the Past
Scripture affirms sweeping male authority, says John Stackhouse—just not for all time.
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5 Reasons Why the Gospel of Jesus' Wife Is a Fake
How other scholars and I verified the fragment's inauthenticity.
A Father for the Romans
To call God our “Father” is remarkable. When we consider the Romans’ understanding of fatherhood, the Christian practice is even more profound.
Subscriber Access Only Brothers, We Are Not Managers
We have forgotten the Bible’s rich language for loving the church.
Subscriber Access Only Women Who 'Prophesy'
We were told God would do this.
Died: Marcus Borg, Liberal Jesus Scholar and Friendly Provocateur
What evangelical scholars are saying about the theologian and his work.
Subscriber Access Only Table Manners: Why We Take Communion Every Week
It's a meal that often divides us. It needn't be that way.
Defining the Gospel: Some Examples from My Class at Wheaton
How do you define the gospel?
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