The gift of Jesus must be respected. Continue reading We don't own the greatest gift
The Bible is the determining factor for all that we do. Continue reading What was the alternative?
In his book Jesus and Power, David Prior saw little use in a distinction between the terms “power” and “authority.” The importance of that distinction can be seen in Micah 2:1 where evil people carry out their plans to sin “because they have the power to do so.” Certainly, no authority inheres in their plans or activities. Continue reading Jesus Is Lord
On January 27th in a graduate class entitled Ethnotheology, a professor explained the relationship of the church to its surrounding cultural influences. Echoing Paul’s sentiments that Christians are to be in the world but not of the world, his steady hand drew two circles, a smaller circle representing the church inside of a larger circle labeled culture. Continue reading “Culture and the Cross”