In Romans 8, Paul finally talks at length about the Christian life, and it is not an accident that there are some twenty references to the Holy Spirit.
What if the table might best describe the life of the church as well as its worship? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary by Glenn Packiam to find out more.
What is discipleship, and what does it look like, according to the Bible? Read these seven points on discipleship from Andrew Dragos.
So what does Yahweh say to these discouraged, disillusioned, defeated, sinful people? Read more from John Oswalt as he introduces an important section in the book of Isaiah.
Sometimes life challenges are our own doing. Other times, it's the evil intentions of enemies, bouts with illness, or catastrophic events. In all circumstances, the book of Psalms awaits our careful reading.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Stephen Backhouse uses the hymn found in Philippians 2 to cast a vision for how Christian leaders and politicians should use their influence.
Certainly the most-debated verses in all of Romans 8 are these, and here careful attention must be paid not only to what is said, but also what is not said.
Holiness is fundamentally about the presence of God being restored into our lives, our other relationships and, indeed, in the world.
Who was John Calvin the Reformer? In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Scott Kisker offers a helpful sketch of the influential and controversial figure John Calvin.
David was a man after God’s own heart; Jesus is the very heart of God Himself. Jesus is the perfect embodiment of the righteous rule and reign of God.