Culture cannot sustain itself without a religious framework. Studying the poet Matthew Arnold helps us understand why.
A Theological Look at Humor
Was Christ's work on the cross vertical, horizontal or both?
We have a responsibility to protect the habitats of God's creatures.
The presentation of God as Father is a pivotal concept in the Sermon on the Mount underscoring our relationship with him.
Christianity is not an "I" or "me" religion, but a communion of saints.
Jesus preached the good news that the kingdom of God is now available to us.
The Christian life is full of humorous and profound paradoxes.
Holding Evangelical Beliefs in a World of Contested Labels
Because human beings are complex creatures with reason, will and emotion, no reductionistic scheme that pigeonholes us as purely intuitive or purely rational beings can explain why...