Which of these is the best spiritual classic? Some would list others, and you can comment here on the one you would have chosen but was not listed, but I’d still like you to vote on this one.
I have a study of John Bunyan’s classic, Pilgrim’s Progress, now online with Covenant Companion. You can see it here.
What E.B. White, that great writer called the big syllable, can be seen in what Purple Theology will see in ecclesiology. If we are to move beyond the ageless denominational bickering so typical of the Church, we will have to move from independence to interdependence. The addition of “ter” is a big syllable with big [...]
Sometimes life is confusing and we tell God that it is. This can take some practice because we think speaking harshly to God is somehow wrong. But if we are confused, we need to tell God about it. Life, as Walter Brueggemann states, â€œis also savagely marked by incoherence, a loss of balance, and unrelieved [...]