It’s Not What You Think, by Jefferson Bethke

It’s Not What You Think, by Jefferson Bethke

Guest Bloggers Guest Bloggers
Saturday October 10, 2015

jesus theology

But when we enter into the world of Jesus, and take him for who he was, the Bible begins to turn to color. Details we haven’t noticed before jump out at us. Neither the Bible nor Jesus change; but stepping back into the first century gives us new eyes to see who he was, what he did, and why we are still talking about him today.

A World of Love

A World of Love

Chad West Chad West
Thursday September 17, 2015

holy spirit sanctification theology

There are two types of righteousness in the Christian faith. Martin Luther labeled these two as passive and active. Passive is the righteousness that we receive from God. We do nothing to receive it. Active righteousness is our good works, overflowing from a thankful heart, a new heart created in us by God through a new will empowered by God’s Holy Spirit.

The Reckless Love of God - Alex Early

The Reckless Love of God - Alex Early

Key Life Key Life
Monday September 14, 2015

jesus theology

“Jesus loves you.” We’ve heard it so often that the radical truth of that simple statement has lost its power. God’s startling love has been reduced to a bumper sticker. Alex Early is here to help. Join Alex on SBE talking about his new book, ‘The Reckless Love of God: Experiencing the Personal, Passionate Heart of the Gospel.’

Key Life on N.T. Wright

Key Life on N.T. Wright

Key Life Key Life
Saturday September 12, 2015

doctrines of grace salvation scripture theology

N.T. Wright is a controversial New Testament scholar, so we weren’t surprised when the negative comments started coming in after our interview with Dr. Wright on SBE. When it comes to the doctrine of justification, we don’t mess around, so we invited our own New Testament scholar, Dr. Reggie Kidd, to sit down with Steve and address what Dr. Wright had to say about justification.

Election: Does God Send People to Hell?

Election: Does God Send People to Hell?

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday April 8, 2015

salvation scripture theology

There is much discussion and disagreement over the issue of election—how much God, how much man. Salvation obviously has both present and future implications. Election simply means that God has chosen his people before the foundation of the earth. The issues of election and predestination are difficult and have been struggled with by many.