God created humans so that we would search for him and might come to know him (Acts 17: 22-27). In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Christopher West explains how we can have our deepest desires and affections fulfilled by divine love and the Christian community of saints.
Sojourn Arts & Culture, a ministry of Sojourn Church in Louisville, recently interviewed Seedbed author and friend Dave Harrity. Michael Winters: I know that daily...
"There’s a comfort associated with just hearing a melody." According to Remedy Drive, music can be uplifting, inspiring, and even disheartening. Hear the band talk about the role of music and art in the movement of Christianity.
Jody Stowell writes a compelling article on the ordination of women bishops. Michael F. Bird also writes, "The Achilles Heal of Two Complementarian Objections." Tom...
What happens to faith when it becomes too dogmatic? What about the kind that slides into perpetual doubt? In this video, Josh McNall recommends we adopt a model of faith that lives somewhere in-between.
America needs the gospel message more than anything right now, but that message is largely being rejected. Timothy Tennent shares some of the bigger indicators that reflect our post-Christian society and what problems this shift will cause.
What happens when the church loses its privileged place in its host culture? What should we make of Jesus praying for us to be "in" but not "of" the world? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Dr. Stephen J. Grabill of the Acton Institute as he suggests 3 mistaken ways the church should avoid engaging with culture.
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.
In popular theology, we come across all sorts of doctrinal myths and errors. Andrew Dragos shares five surprising myths that may be hurting the Body of Christ.
We all know the textbook stories of America's founding history, but what about the less-known and less-celebrated parts? Read today's entry for our Seven Quick Facts series to learn more about colonial America.