Steve Wilkens: What’s So Funny About God?

A Theological Look at Humor

The Holy and the Mundane

The Christian life is full of humorous and profound paradoxes.

Jonathan Edwards and the Aftereffects of the Awakening

True religion consists in the movement of one's will toward obedience to God.

Why God Cares About the Physical Earth

“God is committed to the earth that he has made, and he delights when we rejoice in the good things he has given us to enjoy.”

Chris Bruno: Paul vs. James

What We've Been Missing in the Faith and Works Debate

Faith, Works and Justification

When we study their words closely, Paul and James are actually in profound agreement about the nature of faith and works.

Scot McKnight: Pastor Paul

Nurturing a Culture of Christoformity in the Church

Growing as a Community Into the Likeness of Christ

The apostle Paul saw his role as helping the body of Christ grow in Christoformity.

Scot McKnight: Reading Romans Backwards

A Gospel of Peace in the Midst of Empire

‘With Whom Did You Dine Last Night?’

In Paul's estimation, the strong and weak should welcome one another as Christ has welcomed them.
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