There is a lot of attention right now being given to the following post from Don Miller – the one reenforcing people to not go to church “often” if they simply aren’t feeling it. I have listened to him a great deal. I too have read most all of his writing and I resonate with […]
Overview The Baker Academic Jesus Studies collection contains eight key volumes on the life, thought, and works of Jesus Christ. The collection provides outstanding, recent scholarship from respected contemporary scholars and theologians, among them Michael F. Bird, Darrell L. Bock, Gregory Boyd, and others. It addresses the cultural, historical, and literal contexts surrounding the Jesus of the Gospels. […]
Rumor has it that www.thebravereviews.com has an upcoming interview with Pastor Mark. If you could ask Pastor Mark Driscoll one question, what would it be and why? Click the image to learn more about his new book!
Author Interview & Book Review! Learn more or purchase at Amazon.com Official Description: Our lives are woven together in such a way that the choices each one of us makes have an effect on the lives of others, both for good and for bad. Because much of the pain we endure in life is in […]
What a powerful testament by a collection of solid scholars. With D. Bock and Mitch Glaser as the general editors, the text includes work from David Allen; Richard Averbeck; Michael Brown; Robert Chisholm Jr.; Craig Evans; Walter Kaiser Jr.; and others! That’s a powerhouse line-up, all with their eyes on one mission: explore the theology […]
Churches are focusing too much on what they ought not do (and when we focus on what we should NOT be doing we tend to be drawn into doing whatever we are most focused on). Seay attempts to resolve our current faltering attempt to “seek first his kingdom and his righteousness” not with morality (as […]