The Anxious BenchDid Medieval Christians Know Jesus?
From my experience growing up in a Southern Baptist church and serving as a pastor’s wife for 20 years in both Baptist and non-denominational churches, I have found most average believers perceive the medieval church as disconnected from their modern faith.
Paterfamilias TOdayHow Ordaining Women Harms Ministry to Men
You can’t really justify a ministry to men if they don’t really exist. This brings me to the heart of the problem. For the ordination of women to be justified the real differences between men and women must be glossed over.
Esquared media networkIs Pain Punishment for My Sin?
The difference between God’s discipline of his children and God’s judgment on his enemies is an infinite difference.
Christian CrierWhat Does Virtue Mean? A Biblical Definition Of Virtue Or Virtuous
What does virtue mean according to the way in which it is used in the Bible? What is the biblical definition of virtue? The word virtue has a lot of meaning and means many... [Read More]
Mark D. RobertsHarvard Ironies - Mark D. Roberts
Harvard Ironies by Rev. Dr. Mark D. Roberts Copyright © 2010 by Mark D. Roberts Note: You may download this resource at no cost, for personal use or for use in a... [Read More]
Anxious BenchMake a Good Impression at Academic Conferences (Please!)
snowy streets of Denver It was sunny and warm today in Texas without a snow cloud in sight. I wore short sleeves and left all my coats and scarves at home. And, most importantly,... [Read More]
EuangelionA Little Known Mark Commentary you Should Know About
I have more Mark commentaries than other book of the NT. There are so many really good one’s. Vincent Taylor, C.E.B. Cranfield, R.T. France (good old British one’s), Rudolf Pesch... [Read More]
The Evangelical PulpitIn the Age of Trump, What Will Evangelicalism Become?
by Philip Yancey In its Person of the Year cover story, Time magazine gave Donald Trump the title “President of the Divided States of America.” With good reason. A glance at... [Read More]
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