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Shane McNary explains that advocacy for a beleaguered people starts with respect in the words we use
Student Shane McNary comments on the value of taking the time to respectfully listen in mission work
Philippians 2 follows an order of discussion contrary to the typical post-Enlightenment intuition
Philippians is a treasure trove for missiologists: this church faced cross-cultural issues in a multifaith context
Paul’s version of WWJD seems to be, “what is the mind of Christ?”
Hak Joon Lee
How do disciples of the 21st century discern the “mind of Christ” and respond faithfully to his call to follow him?
Marianne Meye Thompson
Stories can connect us in a place more elemental than culture, gender, ethnicity, religious conviction, or age.
Amid a globally tumultuous moment of history, what matters is whether our love mirrors the One we claim to follow
Those of us raised in much of America feel an immediate discomfort with the idea of submission to others
Justin L. Barrett
In giving God thanks, you renew the hope you need for the days that are yet to come
Daniel Kirk argues that what Paul says about Adam stems from his prior conviction about the saving work of Christ
Modern Western science originated within the matrix of a Christian worldview. The term “scientist” was not . . .
The Bible’s primary response to the natural world is praise; issues of creation and evolution can be addressed at many levels . . .
This author and professor weighs in on the evolution-creationist debate and its consequences
“I often feel more accepted by my non-Christian colleagues in the lab than by my fellow church members"
We must not set up our children for confusion and disillusionment when they hear the scientific story from high school science teachers
The criteria by which we measure success or encourage happiness or contemplate health care decisions—all rest on our sense of what it means to be human
Joel B. Green
To use the words of Einstein, “science without religion is lame; religion without science is blind.”
The God of Christian theology is not a God who fills in any gaps of current scientific ignorance, nor one . . .
Scot McKnight examines why many evangelicals make penal substitution the central model