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December 12, 2017
Servanthood: Our Christian Calling
We love titles, even in Christian circles. Whether it is Pastor, President, Professor, or Pope, titles are common currency in the church’s vocabulary...
December 11, 2017
Book Review: Canonical Theology: The...
Canonical Theology: The Biblical Canon, Sola Scriptura, and Theological Method, published by Eerdmans in late 2016, was written by John C. Peckham,...
December 08, 2017
Children of the Promise
I used to have a large collection of stationary—notecards, notepaper—in all colors and weights. Most of my friends have received letters or cards...
December 05, 2017
The Central Character in the Nativity...
Christmas is fast approaching, and many churches, ours and others, are busy preparing their annual Christmas pageant. Whether the show is a grandiose...
Kathy Beagles Coneff
November 29, 2017
“No Condemnation” Has a Storyline
The best way to understand Romans 8:1–17 is through a storyline. Many, many words have been written to explain this wonderful story, but I will...
November 29, 2017
Has There Been a Delay? A Pastoral Look...
Preamble This is not a scholarly discourse on the perceived delay of the Parousia. It is a personal pastoral reflection on something which has been...
November 23, 2017
Romans 7:1–6 Freedom is one of the highest human virtues. People have fought and died to gain it. Freedom is also a dominant theme in the Bible. The...
November 16, 2017
What if Abraham Had Said to God: “No! I...
A few weeks ago I was re-reading Chinua Achebe’s classic, Things Fall Apart—the pre-eminent exemplar of the tragic results of the African encounter...
November 15, 2017
Change of Perspective
Romans 6, twittered, is: God sees in you someone you don’t, but should! Paul wants us to shift perspective, to see ourselves as God sees us, to walk...
Ginger Hanks Harwood
November 10, 2017
Romans 5: Peace, Something to Rejoice...
It is not surprising that Paul longed to visit Rome and connect with the saints there. There were many versions and visions of the Way that led to...
Volume 48, Issue 2
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ADRA Mourns the Loss of Former Leader...
A Reflection on Race
Pine Forge Academy Installs Virus-reducing...
Future Faith — with Peter Roennfeldt
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