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The ‘Self-Actualizing’ Spirituality of Søren Kierkegaard
How the Danish philosopher takes an idea that’s congenial to modern ears and turns it upside down.
One-on-One with Daniel Treier on ‘Introducing Evangelical Theology’
“I have tried to reconnect evangelicals with a lost inheritance as well as introduce them to contemporary resources.”
One-on-One with Keith Getty on SING! An Irish Christmas, Just Released Today
“High Christianity’s positive contribution to artistic culture can actually spill into every area of our lives.”
Was Christ Tempted in Every Way?Subscriber Access Only
Making sense of Jesus’ humanity in light of fleshly temptations.
The Necessary Partnership of Truth and CharitySubscriber Access Only
How the concept of the 'via media' might help us restore civil discourse.
Does God Have a Funny Side?Subscriber Access Only
The more we take Scripture seriously, the more we’ll find ourselves laughing along with it.
The Puritans Had Two Shots at Building a Godly Society
In both England and America, their political experiments collapsed. But they left behind a spiritual legacy that still inspires.
The Bible Is More Than the Sum of Its Books
Why Christians read the diversity within the canon as a unified whole.
Died: Cain Hope Felder, Scholar Who Lifted Up the Black People in the Bible
His pioneering work showed Scripture is full of racial diversity.
Benny Hinn Renounces His Selling of God’s Blessings. Critics Want More.
Observers take wait-and-see approach to televangelist “correcting” his prosperity gospel theology.
No, The Universe Doesn’t Care About Us – That’s Why We Need Jesus
The universe didn’t die for you. Jesus did. That makes all the difference.
EFCA Now Considers Premillennialism a Non-Essential
The denomination drops end times doctrine from its statement of faith in a move to “major on the majors” and “minor on the minors.”
One-on-One with Greg Strand on Premillenialism and the EFCA
“The insistence in the EFCA that you must be premillennial is in conflict with our strong value of unity in the gospel.”
Seminary Grads: God’s Name for You Matters More Than Your Masters
A word of encouragement for recent theology graduates.
A Political Theology of ‘Power to the People’
Democracy is a useful way to organize our politics. Should it organize other areas of life as well?
The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.Subscriber Access Only
James Edwards’s biography recovers the memory of German theologian Ernst Lohmeyer.
Major Shift: Liberty Lays Off a Dozen Divinity School Faculty
Officials say undergrad enrollment in the program is dropping as students take a more holistic approach to ministry.
Oh, the Places We’ll Stay
In a world that promises liberation from the limits of place, we are called to be rooted disciples.
Why Jesus Couldn’t Do Miracles in His Hometown
The lack of signs and wonders in Nazareth says more about Jesus than about people’s lack of faith.
The Call to Self-Discipline in a Media-Saturated Age
Our society is addicted to spectacle. How do we keep our eyes are fixed on Christ?
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
James K. A. Smith accompanies the church father on a journey through the human heart.
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