When we approach the Bible other than a grand story that reveals God’s work in the world, we mischaracterize it.
In the Bible, everything from anteaters to jellyfish, waterfalls to water buffaloes, sunsets to supernovas—everything emerges from and for persons in loving relationship.
Long Story Short is a book that uses humor and relatable experiences to teach the basic storyline of Scripture from beginning to end.
We live and produce divine fruit only because of our attachment to him, but it is through us that his fruit is picked by the world.
The Christian practice of articulating who God is rests upon the foundational revelation given to us in the gospel—the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ as presented in holy Scriptures.
Sin may satisfy temporal desires, but virtue satisfies our deeply felt divine longings.
Once we were no people, but now we are God’s people (1 Peter 2 :10). We are drawn into the life of God, and we are thereby changed.
Jesus asked that God would glorify him in the last hour so that he could finish his task of glorifying God on earth by completing the work God had given him.
The process of restoration begins with us as we are, but it doesn't leave us there. Read more from Scott Kisker as he describes the journey of salvation.
The charge is sometimes laid at Wesleyan-Arminianism that it is a human-centered theology. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Joshua McNall helps clarify the origin of salvation and how this illuminates the character of God.