This week on the podcast, Andrew and Josiah flesh-out some of the potential implications from Sunday’s message on Romans 12–15, a text that seems
COVID-19 has forced us apart as a church and paused or changed many of the functions of our church, but we recognize the virus doesn’t exempt us from being the
Aaaaaand we’re back! After a few weeks off to celebrate “Christmas in lockdown” and recharge our batteries, Word Processing returns to begin its second
Just as a few days ago I posted a prayer to mark then end of one year, so today I offer a second to
Surrounded as it is with cultural idolatry, Christianity is becoming increasingly marginalized and labeled as an ideology for the simple and unintellectual. How then
The doctrine of the Trinity is as complicated as it is foundational to Christianity. But does it actually make a difference in the day-to-day
Conclusion [Previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth.] Many theological questions surround the notion of competition, particularly
The opening stanza of the popular Serenity Prayer is as wise as it is hope-filled: “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I
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If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is around to hear it, does it make a sound? This famous philosophical thought experiment
In his years as a student, Mahatma Gandhi spent time reading the biblical gospels. He came to believe that Jesus’ teachings provided the solution
I remember my parents, when I first got my driver’s licence, putting certain rules in place in order to help me most enjoy my