Today the vast majority of us are not farmers. Yet the principles of gleaning and caring for the poor are as timeless as the book of Ruth. How might we continue in the faithfulness of Boaz and make sure we create room for more grace and less waste?
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.
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.
Ponder these short parables: The king of a great land was about to take a long journey. He called his top three officials together. “I...
http://youtu.be/s91vvdcytAU Dr. Howard Snyder on how God's salvation plan was always about the relationship between God, persons, and the created order. View our growing playlist of...
http://youtu.be/Qq-IfhdXDzg Dr. Richard Bauckham and Dr. Ben Witherington III discuss Jesus' divinity and how monotheism was conceived in the New Testament.
“Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy.” Sounds nice, but how do we find rest in a 24/7 world? Just as the Hebrews were slaves in Egypt, we have become slaves to technology. Our technological tools allow 24-hour productivity and connectivity, give us more control, and subtlety enslave us to busyness itself.
In this provocative article, Howard Synder calls upon the church to reconsider its lax stance on creation care. He bases it upon 7 points of evidence about the state of the environment and 3 ways to move forward in our mission as a church.
How do you think? Ever thought about that? Not everyone thinks the same way. We all tend to think—that is, to reason—in different ways, depending...
Sandra Richter walks readers through biblical passages showing how significant environmental theology is to the Bible's witness.