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Winter 2008: Is Our Gospel Too Small?
volume 29, Issue 1
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God's people are distinguished by one thing; my job is to teach it.
The modern world was inclined toward reduction, efficiency, and things you can count.
Why we need to listen to more Scripture, without embellishment, in worship and life.
How the genre of the biblical text should shape sermon structure.
The 21st-century makes demands of those who want to communicate the richness of the gospel.
When God's message changes the messenger.
If we ignore the reality of hell, we make one of Jesus' frequent teachings a mere metaphor.
Today many people choose churches like they choose groceries.
I hear two voices—assessing, accusing. Which will I listen to?
Angelic host proclaims: Jim Walker calls his approach to preaching "fellowship with the Word."
Types of Heroes We All Should Have
For God's people, the opposite of simplicity is not complexity. It's duplicity.
The vital ministry in assisted living facilities and funeral homes.
When the church you love tries to enter the 21st century.
How much has changed over 50 years?
A.J. Jacobs spent a year trying to be completely obedient to Scripture. Even down to his underwear.
Your biblical blind spots and what you tend not to see.