Why read the Old Testament now that we have the New Testament? When we're reading the Old Testament, we're reading a book that is all about Christ. When Christ talked about himself, and when his earliest believers talked about who he was and what he was accomplishing through his acts of salvation, they referred to the Old Testament. Enroll in…
The iChisel: Defaced Images and the Human-Faced God
It’s no wonder we’re so attached to images; we are one. We are human hyphens between the celestial and the terrestrial.
What Can Two Jewish Women Teach Us About Worship Today?
In the church, the main actor in worship is not the Christian but Christ.
The Escape from a Religious Sodom
In this religious Sodom, we had a Jesus with the heart of Moses whose gospel was a new and improved law.
“Train up” or "Dedicate"? The Hebrew Gem in Proverbs 22:6
As important as the training of your children is, much more important is handing them over to God—from the very beginning, from infancy, and beyond.
Can the Church Save Singing? Three Simple Recommendations
Imagine yourself at an advanced age. What do you want to remember when you’ve forgotten virtually everything else? Sing that.