Articles By Guest Bloggers
Gaming God, by Jack Williams
Thursday June 13, 2019christian life •
Honestly, I was tired of the dark cloud that seemed to be permanently parked over my head.
The Greatest Sacramental Word in the Hebrew Bible, by Michael Card
Saturday May 18, 2019bible teaching • scripture • theology •
What I thought would take a year took ten. In the course of working on this book I realized that understanding hesed is a lifelong journey.
(Don’t) Fear the Reaper, by Nick Lannon
Saturday May 4, 2019pain & suffering •
As the Doors said, “No one here gets out alive.”
Performance Almighty, by David Zahl
Thursday April 18, 2019christian life •
Capital-R Religion once provided a space to come clean and maybe even be absolved of shortcoming and guilt. Church wasn’t busy.
Theology is Not a Bloodsport, by Frank Viola
Saturday April 13, 2019christian life •
Treating our fellow brethren with the love of Jesus Christ is written in the very bloodstream of God. And you can find it all over the New Testament. To put it another way, theology doesn’t have to be a bloodsport. It can be a civil and intellectually honest conversation. And it should be.
But God: The Expansiveness of Sin and the Relentless, Resurrecting Power of Love by Ryan Stanley
Thursday April 11, 2019bible teaching •
From death to life by the love of God. Pretty astounding, isn’t it?
The Color of Compromise, by Jemar Tisby
Saturday March 23, 2019
More Christians, particularly people with large platforms, must be willing to take the criticism that comes with taking a prominent stance against bigotry.
Morality: The Great Distractor, by Ryan Stanley
Thursday March 7, 2019grace 101 •
We go to church and hear sermons about how the bible encourages us to be better people and then we spend the week focused on bettering our morality. We go off and read the bible the same way it was preached—as a manual on how to be a better person. Meanwhile Jesus stands inviting us into a real relationship.