Usually it seems God has one of three directions for us: "Come follow me"; "Stay with me" (and "Keep watch!"); or "Go and tell them..."
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Many parents feel that they should have in place a consistent time of strengthening their family spiritually, but often they just don't know where to begin or how to continue with it.
The Bible comes up in the conversation on HuffPost Religion almost daily. One disturbing psalm is of particular interest commenting community. On a re...
New Years resolutions seem doable when paired with with the ancient wisdom in the Bible. In Peter (1:22), it says, “Your new life is not like your o...
God's word often gets a bad rap. Whether it's discussed out of context or used to justify bad behavior, the way the Bible is portrayed may leave us wi...
The fear about exposure and judgment comes to white-hot focus in a remarkable biblical story, told early in the Gospel of John, about an investigative team dispatched from the capital city to interrogate an enigmatic preacher.
When God speaks, often it is outside of the noble confines of the stained-glass edifice. This is what Mark is attempting to tell us: God's movement is often abrupt and unsettling.
A God who is "just" is inclined to show special generosity to the poor and outcast. No wonder the respectable people get anxious.
For Christians today reading it as insiders, the text may evoke nods of approval at some
memorable statements by Jesus. Start poking around a bit, though, and a host of questions arises.
Since story is such a foundational part of how we as humans make sense of our lives, it makes sense that our sacred texts would make use of story.
In the face of a conflict between science and the Bible, Calvin urged his readers not to reject science nor to ignore the Bible, but to understand the Bible differently.
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