We are saddened to hear of John Stott’s death, and I am rejoicing in the resurrection. I pass on to you Mel Lawrenz’s comments from a recent post about Stott. (Also see this exceptional piece by Tim Stafford at CT.) Stott demonstrated spiritual leadership not because he built an organization or led an institution. He [...]
Anna Blanch: I don’t tell this story for any reason other than to offer a kategoria for why I think Biblical Literacy is a fundamentally important part of being an excellent teacher of Literature, in whatever language, at whatever level, regardless of what your personal religious or spiritual beliefs may be. Some of these reasons include: [...]
… the first person who did not win a previous translation contest and who submits a fair and accurate translation, which does not come from a website but straight from this mosaic and your Greek lexicon, and also idenfities where the mosaic is found, will be sent a free copy of The King Jesus Gospel: [...]
I’m sure we need someone skilled in economics to explain this, but this is the graph from the White House on the current impasse. Who can explain the gist to us?
Used with permission. Brett McCracken sketches six beliefs that divide Christians. Do you have others? One of the dominant attributes of Christianity today is that its adherents can’t seem to agree on much; or at least, we fight about things more loudly and publicly than we agree about things. This is sad, but probably inevitable. [...]
John Sanders is a well-known Christian theologian and philosopher at Hendrix College, and is perhaps known most for his advocacy of open theism. He is a freewill theist, and so his philosophical and theological expertise was brought into the discussion to engage Thomas Talbott’s case for universalism in the book, Universal Salvation?: The Current Debate, [...]