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Keon-Sang An, associate professor of Bible and mission, draws on his missionary experiences in Ethiopia to reflect on the cultural and communal context of hermeneutics
Dr. Thompson and Dean Joel Green consider the biblical foundations for women in ministry
Marianne Meye Thompson, Joel B. Green
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
Amid a globally tumultuous moment of history, what matters is whether our love mirrors the One we claim to follow
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
Pannell calls for preaching that brings audiences to meet God
William E. Pannell
Just because we Christians mentally inhabit the stories of the Hebrew Scriptures, doesn’t make those tales ours alone.
John Weborg discusses the principles of Pietism in historical context, including reforms seeking to balance grace, fear, and God’s internal work