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It's a popular notion to insist that a Scripture can only have one meaning or primary theological idea. When I studied the book of Revelation in seminary, one of the means by which we worked through the text was to consult dozens of commentaries to see how...read more
Mark 7:24-30 Jesus Heals in a Foreigner Jesus enters into a Gentile region north of Galilee in Phoenicia: Tyre and Sidon. Could it be just coincidence that after teaching that defilement comes from within the heart, not externally, that in the next pericope we find...read more
Mark 7:14-23 Jesus explains true defilement to the people This is really a continuation from the previous section on the question (from the Pharisees) of eating with defiled hands (Mk. 7:1-13). Now Jesus turns to the people and teaches them on the true meaning of...read more
Michael Bird writes: "The God we are confronted with in the gospel is the Triune God. The gospel and the Trinity are internally configured toward each other because the saving acts of God point to a God who exists as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The salvation that...read more
Over the past couple of years our family has been on a much more conscious and intentional ecclesial journey. That journey has lead us out (at least for now, and perhaps forever) of the typical structures and approaches to everything we ever knew (or thought we knew)...read more
Tonight I was moved to put Psalm 70 to music. I love this Psalm. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/216375573" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%"...read more
Psalm 133 opens by saying, "How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity!" Yes, how good it is when people gather together. This is one of my favorite aspects of the church in that we can all come from wherever we are (physically and...read more
So you are a pastor. If you are reading this article you have probably encountered members in your congregation who really struggle with alcohol. You are exhausted. Perhaps these people have become close friends and perhaps they have not. But one thing is for sure;...read more
There has been a debate raging within Evangelicalism for some time time. Should we continue to self-identify as Evangelicals or has the term lost so much of its original meaning that we should abandon it and seek some new label for our movement. The issue stems from...read more
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