Archives for Apr 17, 2017 @ 12:42

Master of Arts in New Testament at Northern

Would you like to deepen your ability to teach, preach, and write for your church context? Do you have a desire to take your church into the rich perspective of the New Testament? This Fall I am launching our second innovative Master of Arts in New Testament degree (MANT) at Northern Seminary that will provide grounding in [Read More…]

Resurrection in the Face of Death in Cairo

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Words about Women Matter to Women (and to Men)

By Amy Buckley, from Arise Amy R. Buckley (M. Div., George Fox Evangelical Seminary) is a writer, speaker, editor, and activist. Amy has contributed to Strengthening Families and Ending Abuse, Churches and Their Leaders Look to the Future. She founded the Stop the Silence Initiative as an editor for SheLoves.com, bringing to light domestic and [Read More…]

The Benedict Option: A Sweep of History

Rod Dreher thinks our contemporary culture is pock marked by fragmentation and unbelief and a degeneration of morality into the triumph of eros. In the 2d chapter of The Benedict Option he sketches big themes in the last six hundred years and how we got to where we are. His big themes reminded me of the [Read More…]

Is It Possible To Think For Ourselves AND Pursue Spiritual Community?

By Michelle Van Loon http://www.MomentsAndDays.org and http://www.MichelleVanLoon.com At one end of the spectrum, we have the language of the Benedict Option, which includes a call to nurture a comprehensive Christian worldview in the greenhouse of a shared, committed faith community. At the other end of the spectrum, we have encouragement for believers to think for [Read More…]