EidosIt Can End Well
Nobody can escape hard times and failure, not even kings and the "lucky." Knowing this makes the injustice and troubles of life somehow bearable.
The Anxious BenchDatin the Gnostics
Through rhetorical necessity, Gnostics had to present their religious systems as at least as authoritative as those of the mainstream churches, rather than as later innovations.
Brandon D. SmithTrolls, Slacktivism, and Having a Conversation
Let's face it: blogs are used as bully pulpits far too often, inside and outside the Church. I've been guilty of it. I bet you have, too.
Esquared media networkDevotions with Small Children in the Mix
Jesus CreedThoughts on Spiritual Formation
What, then, is spiritual maturity? The spiritual disciplines, a life of holiness, life in the Spirit, a life of social activism, a life of personal devotion, and the sacramental life.
Warren ThrockmortonRelevant Mag Does Not Try to Learn from Mars Hill Exiles
So Mars Hill was the brand? Those familiar with the church, especially those in the media and communications team, know that Driscoll called himself the brand.
Soapbox RedemptionA Christian and an Atheist on God and Government
If we're aiming to legislate from universal principles, we should reason from universal principles.
Good LettersMama and The Help
"How come we don't have a maid?" I asked my mother. It was the summer of 1973 and I was five.
Bible and CultureThe Animals went in Two by Two
What has made Mesopotamian flood stories so interesting to readers of the Bible has been their undeniable relationship to the biblical story.