Ah, head coverings. The short of my opinion is the idea of cultural relativism. It breaks down like this: A. First and certainly foremost, the standards Paul set forward here […]
When healing rifts between people, there should never be a desire to win an argument or put the other person in his or her place, but rather direct and private action motivated by the good of the other person and the glory of God.
Regardless of one’s profession, one’s relationship to God and one’s place of service inside the Kingdom of God are the centrally defining aspects of anyone’s existence.
Perhaps it is by embracing our God-given limitations we may create a life of health, modesty, and peace.
Both classical and open theism address important Biblical aspects of the doctrine of God’s character and how he relates to humanity and the world we inhabit. The discussion between open and classical theism does not need to stop, but it should be reframed to account for a God who dwells outside time.
In the nineteenth century, the leap forward in archaeology and understanding of ancient languages shed new light on the Bible and especially the largely unknown details of the history regarding […]
When the Jews returned to Israel from their devastating exile under the Babylonians and Persians, they had to rebuild the center of their spiritual life, the temple of Solomon. Having […]