How does the Bible deal with the issue of race? When the 21st-century church discusses this notion, is it taking its cues from the larger culture, or are these concepts rooted in Scripture? Jemar Tisby, ...
If we are to recover the practical import of Jesus’ exaltation for the Christian life, then we must first explore the theological significance of this odd but awesome event.Read the Article
“Our disciplines do not make us acceptable to God because they are never long enough, deep enough, or frequent enough. ‘Enough’ isn’t a measure that works for an infinitely holy God.”Read the Article
“Now the story of Christ is simply a true myth: a myth working on us the same way as the others, but with this tremendous difference that it really happened.” – C.S. LewisRead the Article
A diminished view of union with Christ, Wilbourne believes, brings a diminished view of salvation: We may know what Christ saved us from, “but we lost sight of what God has saved us for.”Read the Article