Archer, who currently serves as assistant pastor of St. Paul’s Presbyterian (PCA) in Atlanta, notes that the Gospels were originally heard all at once. He recently launched TheaTheos, a performing arts ministry overseen by St. Paul’s, as an outreach and teaching tool for churches.

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God’s Purpose for Man’s Imagination

The Bible speaks to our mind’s eye. It paints pictures, draws parallels, and makes analogies. In other words, it engages us 
on an imaginative level.

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God reveals Himself in a 3,000-page book and everyone, regardless of formal education, interacts with Him in the 66 books of the Bible. For that reason alone, our abilities to read, think, and reason are precious skills that must be polished. 

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Capturing the Wonder of God’s Good Creation

“There’s a lot more Scripture that builds an environmental ethic than you might imagine, and I don’t think Christians are too aware of it.”

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Christianity And Complicity

Knowing what we know, what will we do? Our sins of omission are great, and our complicity grows greater still as our knowledge of evil increases. To whom much is given, much will be required.

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