What is the Gospel? Christians often mention it, but what are we referring to?
Peace on earth requires more than well-wishes. What are the broad implications of the year of the Lord’s favor and a call to peace in the gospel of Luke?
Love is the goal, and without love, nothing Christians do has value. How does that posture affect our reading of scripture?
Who is Jesus historically, and who is Jesus to Christians? Also, where does the name Jesus come from, and why do some people call him by other names?
What is Christianity? Why is it called Christianity? This is a very brief introduction for people who might be encountering Christianity for the first time.
How are demons and unclean spirits represented in the gospel of Mark? What can take away from how Jesus approaches demons and unclean spirits?
New Year’s Resolutions are often about wanting to be better. What can we learn from Luke 18 about being better, love, and setting New Year’s Resolutions?
As Hart writes, “Jesus may be our answer, but our projections of Jesus may also be our problem.” How do our projections of Jesus impact our response to racial, economic, and political injustice?
Jesus says the two greatest commandments are to love God and love our neighbors as ourselves, but who is my neighbor?
Jesus loves us and dwells with us if we accept him into our lives regardless of whether our homes are comfortable, our hearts are comfortable, or our sins are washed.