Humans construct a social order that reflects or corresponds to some kind of sacred order. The Sinai covenant and the book of Judges illustrate this truth.
The recent murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd have left many Americans wondering how to respond to…
Bowing before God helps us grasp the limitations of our power and knowledge. This new understanding shapes us to serve God in his endeavors of justice and charity.
Instead of pointing to a single teaching about pandemics in the bible, or various skin dysfunctions, to figure out what the biblical authors would think about COVID-19, Dru Johnson considers two recurring principles across Scripture.
To understand politics in the Hebrew Bible, we should re-engage with the passages that provide, through law and narrative, not just a picture of personal piety, but also a blueprint and a wealth of resources for conceiving of our civic and national life.
“The biblical view of time is radically different from both ancient philosophical and modern scientific views. In the Bible, time is personal.”
Jesus talked like a philosopher and acted like a philosopher—but he also claimed to be more than a philosopher.
Dr. Ryan O’Dowd takes on Paul’s supposedly anti-philosophical rhetoric in 1 Corinthians, showing that “faith, hope, and love” are actually philosophical concepts for the church.
Excerpt from the original article at Christianity Today magazine: Conspiracy thinking injects itself at this exact point. Who will guide…
Surprisingly, the destructiveness, and even violence, evident within Abraham and Sarah’s family are exactly what suits it to God’s restorative purpose. This family is God’s answer to a violent and destructive world.
Part of the Family Conflicts and the Restoration of the Cosmos series