Deborah and Jael: Thelma and Louise Defeat God's Enemies
God uses the unlikely, the unexpected, and sometimes even the unsavory to deliver us and to crush the heads of his enemies
Luther versus Erasmus: Bound to Be Free (Part 6)
For Luther, Erasmus’ Christ-less, Spirit-less theological conclusions demonstrated that behind his supposed humanistic optimism lay a profound despair and pessimism.
The Bible and How to Read It. Part 2: How Do I Read It?
God’s word is creative in both the imaginative sense and the constructive sense. It brings things into existence and displays new ideas, images, and concepts we did not previously perceive.
Luther versus Erasmus: Bound to Be Free (Part 5)
For Erasmus, it would be better for people in general to bear the disease of moralism and choice than to be cured of it by the preaching and teaching of God’s unconditional election of sinners in Christ.
Singing through the Book of Common Prayer: A Review of Liturgical Folk's "Matins and Vespers"
In a time of unknown, the Flanigans found comfort in the words of the prayer book and made them truly their own.