Pastor Guy Williams offers a helpful review on "Hijacked: Responding to the Partisan Church." The book addresses the issue of partisanship in the Church in a straightforward manner. Find out if it will be a helpful book for you or members of your church.
Jason B. Hood recently authored Imitating God in Christ: Recapturing a Biblical Pattern (IVP Academic, 2013). We are pleased to provide this interview with...
Who is God, and what is he like? In his book The Experience of God, David Bentley Hart takes on the straw-man arguments of popular New Atheists and delivers a tour de force rebuttal of their impoverished ideologies. Learn more about Hart's work in this review by Andrew Dragos.
Becoming faithful stewards of power is God’s design for human flourishing, or so claims Andy Crouch in his latest book, Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power. In today's article, read Guy William's summary and review of this important work which thoughtfully engages a critical issue for the church today.
Junia or Junias? One little letter makes a big difference in how Romans 16:7 is interpreted. The question this passage poses is one that has divided the church for decades – do women belong in the pulpit? Scot McKnight is shouting a resounding “YES!” with the publication of his ebook Junia is Not Alone.
Where should a Christian stand regarding the intersection of faith, science, and scripture? Guy Williams shares two books that will get you pointed in the right direction.
How does one integrates faith and work in their Christian lives? In How the Church Fails Businesspeople, John C. Knapp tackles the thorny topic of helping the Church understand how they can minister to businesspeople.
Brian LePort offers a book review of "Building the Old Time Religion: Women Evangelists in the Progressive Era," a work for anyone interested in gender studies as well as the development of Christianity in the United States. This is truly a “history from below” telling the story of those that would be forgotten if society’s sexist inclinations were to be embraced.
There's a difference between how we treat homosexuality as an issue and how we treat people who struggle with homosexuality. Taylor Brown shares what we must do as the Church in terms of actual people.
Genocide, divinely-commanded wars, and violent texts. How to deal with these issues can be challenging, and in his book Laying Down the Sword, Philip Jenkins attempts to offer a way forward. Guy Williams provides us with a Seedbed Summary for this important book.