Editor's Note: Covenant College professor Jay Green is a faithful Christian and a committed academic. As such, he’s become “bilingual” — conversant in two cultures — and here functions as an ambassador to each. Trigger warnings. ...
We are called to be signposts of the kingdom in a world where nothing seems to have metaphysical or moral weight — and yet it does, and that it does, it is ours to steward, with imagination, winsomeness, clarity, and determination.Read the Article
In the great art there are what I call echoes of Eden — memories of the true story of who we are — and of the world as God originally created it — beautiful and good and glorious.Read the Article
“Christ’s grace does not wait until the last chapters of Matthew to make its appearance.” Rather, it is “the dawning light increasing throughout Scripture toward the day of the Savior.”Read the Article
Trauma is extraordinary, she says, “not because it rarely happens, but because it swallows up and destroys normal human ways of living.” We have a choice. “We can flit from one cause to another or, like Jesus, we can leave our place of comfort and enter into the suffering.”Read the Article
Faith does not make the facts of life disappear. Faith puts them in a new light — and in a new proximity to the power of the Lord Jesus Christ to make ways of escape that did not exist before, to give hope in the midst of hopelessness, and to change our hearts, our enemies, and our futures.Read the Article