It's wedding season! / Our Great Big American God / Mystery of Death Valley's Moving Stones / A History of Scandals in the Vatican Bank / Our Changing Understanding of the Bible in America
"Our God-given calling includes reflecting God’s self-sacrificial, redemptive concern for a sin-scarred world."
I'm going to an Eagles game! / Meet the 78-year-old who winds all the clocks at the Met / Burying your dead without religion / Iron Curtain is now a 7,000 km bike trail
Wear your scars out loud / That's the fingerprints of the Lord / A crimson cord, baby, a crimson cord.
The last weekend I will ever sleep in / The Guns of August / Computers Confirm a 400-year-old Mathematical Theory / The Riots in Ferguson: More than Old Wounds
Several books of the Old Testament are filled with Hebrew poetry and proverbs. Moreover, they are written about and to God, not from God. How should we read these books?
Category: Old Testament
Don Carson on what Genesis 1-2 says about God, mankind, and God's story throughout the rest of the Bible.
More vacation / Robots that Fold Up and Walk Away / Religious Groups Under Attack by ISIS / Indoor Mapping Lets the Blind Navigate Airports
A significant part of the Christian story is persecution—experiencing hostility and even death for their belief in Christ. But what happens when there is no persecution?
The Bible presents an all-encompassing story of the world we live in. But it is easy for all of us—even those who take the Bible seriously—to not live out this story. How does this happen?