Why do gender differences matter, and what do they have to do with the spiritual union between Christ and his church? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary video with Christopher West, popularizer of Pope John Paul II's work on Theology of the Body.
It’s fine to call one day a year “Earth Day,” but the reality is that for humans and the rest of our biotic community, every day is Earth Day. Read more from Bill Guerrant as he provokes us to care for our earth.
How does God's creative act of salvation affect every aspect of our lives? Watch writer, actor, and filmmaker Evan Koons discuss how the gifts of God to his church are supposed to become gifts of God to the rest of the world.
What happened in the life of God before and after the act of creation? Watch this video with actor and writer Evan Koons as he talks about the significance of being made in the image of a trinitarian God.
Drew sits down with Dr. Matthew Sleeth and has a conversation about wants, the speed of life and what it means for a Christian to care about creation. Drew and Chad also have a conversation about the recent SCOTUS ruling over marriage, we talk about favorite hangouts and why #nicholasvillerocks.
The church has always had a dynamic relationship with science—sometimes a positive one while other times a rather stifling one. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. John Walton explains the key to understanding the creation account found in Genesis 1-2, and how this relates to scientific theories.
Earth Day is held one day a year, on April 22, to promote environmental awareness. But how should Christians respond? In today's article, Andrew Dragos shares 7 quick facts related to earth day and what the Bible has to say about creation care.
2,000 years ago, Jesus rose triumphantly from the grave. In honor of his coming forth from the tomb, Bill Guerrant asks Christians to consider letting this be a season for sowing real seeds in real soil, suggesting there's no better opportunity to marvel at the reality of new life in Christ.
The great flood we find in the story of Noah was bad news for most people. But when read attentively and against its ancient background, the story of Noah and the great flood turns out to be good news in a surprising way. Read more today from Bible teacher Brian Russell.
For Wesleyans the contemporary food movement shouldn’t be seen as something new. Rather, for Christians in Wesleyan traditions the principles motivating today’s food movement are part of our ecclesiastical DNA. Read more from ethical farmer Bill Guerrant in today's piece.