- 5 Reasons to Study Old Testament History: Shakespeare said that history is “a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” The Christian view of history is quite a contrast; we believe God ordained it, organizes it, and moves it towards a meaningful, definite, and certain purpose.
- Why the Bodily Resurrection Matters–Especially to Women: We live during a time when women are encouraged to detach from our bodies. Some women do this by putting on male behavior and dress in male-dominated workplaces, while other women detach by using their bodies as sexual power tools. In the face of this ungodly dualism that undermines the holistic self, the Christian response should be more than a defensive reaction. It should be redemptive.
- Syria’s Threatened Christians: Watching their once-shielding dictators fall like dominos across the region, Christians have suddenly found themselves on the wrong side of history.
- What Does It Mean for an Elder to be “Able to Teach”? A Proposal: All elders should be able to stand before the congregation and expound the Bible, even if some elders are uncomfortable preaching in a corporate worship gathering.
- Here’s a List of 88 Books That Shaped America, According to the Library of Congress.
- Mooning: A History. Maybe it’s too many years of youth ministry, but I still found this interesting.