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 Bible and Your Blessedly Fat Waistline
In the biblical world, having a few extra inches on your waistline was not a reason for dieting but dancing.
Ascending Downward: When the Manger Becomes the Cosmos
Because of the ascension, the manger has become the cosmos.
The Lord Is My Shepherd, But I Still Want
The Lord is your Shepherd, your Good Shepherd. And all He wants is you.
Pigs, Politics, and Christ the Comedian
We do not, as followers of Jesus, put any hope or place any trust in “princes, in mortal man, in whom there is no salvation” (Ps. 146:3).
We Are More Than the Skeletons in Our Closet
Infamy allows us the opportunity to hone one of our favorite skills: to shrink a 343-page life story down to a single paragraph that narrates what happened on one day, at a certain hour, and in a certain location. We can whittle an entire biography down to a single Tweet.