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Advent and the Beginning of the Good News

What Would Christmas Be Like If We Only Had Mark’s Gospel?

The Word is in Us — Without Us Knowing

“He Will Wipe Away Every Tear From Their Eyes, And Death Shall Be No More”

Judge Not: Okay, but Why?

This post comes to us from Adam Neder, the Bruner-Welch Professor of Theology at Whitworth University. He is the author of Theology as a Way of Life: On Teaching and Learning the Christian Faith and Participation in Christ: An Entry Into Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics. Does anyone who cares even a little about the plausibility of Christian witness need to […]

The “Little Apocalypse” of Advent

Exhortation Becomes Proclamation, of How our Lives in Christ are Finally Enough

When Hope Turns to Ashes: The Weakness of John the Baptist

“Are You the One Who is to Come, or Should We Expect Someone Else?”

Circles of Grace and the One-Way Love of God

On Silverstein, Seneca, and Circularity

Naomi’s Baby Boy

She Thinks God Has Cursed Her, But God Moves Even In Our Bitterness

Superabundant Grace in a Time of Scarcity

The Question Is Not “When Will God Act Graciously?” It’s “When Has He Ever Not?”

The Right to be Wrong This Election Season

“Teacher, is it Lawful to Pay Taxes to Caesar or Not?”

The Saving, Triune God at the River Jordan

In Baptism, God Identifies with Us so that He might Identify Us with Him

Before and After the Sun: God’s Eternal Light

From the Beginning to the Middle to the End of Creation, God is the Source of all Light

Why the Justice of God is Good News

Wesley Hill on Marcion and the Wrath of God