The theological armor in Ephesians 6 equips the believer for communal action. Demythologizing the demonic and prophetic provides awareness that institutions must be reformed.
How can one believe in biblical literalism while critically engaging the historical use of such texts to theologically justify the horrors of slavery?
This week's commentary outlines why the principle of divinely inspired submissional equality must start immediately and extend all the way to the top of pastoral and administrative leadership. ...
Can warnings against immorality in Ephesians 5 be extended to religion as well?—Sabbath School commentary for discussion on August 19.