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Revisiting Sola Scriptura

Revisiting Sola Scriptura

November 1 st 2012 by James R. Payton, Jr.

The Reformers' understanding of Sola Scriptura is forthrightly opposed to what many have come to take as its meaning.

They Who Have Ears to Hear, Let Them See?

They Who Have Ears to Hear, Let Them See?

November 1 st 2012 by Daniel Siedell

Considering aspects of modern art that have been despised by most theologians and Christian art writers.

"Render Unto Caesar": The Christian's Call to Action or Retreat?
Zechariah in Public

Zechariah in Public

November 1 st 2012 by Al Wolters
What is Old and What is New

What is Old and What is New

November 1 st 2012 by Ryan O'Dowd

How and why the Old Testament matters for public life today.

God and American Foreign Relations: Guarding the "Little Platoons"

God and American Foreign Relations: Guarding the "Little Platoons"

November 1 st 2012 by Paul S. Rowe

Ensuring faith is lived out by the American people, not consigned to presidential theocracy.

Here is the Privilege, and Here is the Cost

Here is the Privilege, and Here is the Cost

November 1 st 2012 by Benjamin Kwashi

Wherever the Gospel is truly lived, it demands change in behaviour, courtesy, and character.

Towards Transformational Reading of Scripture

Towards Transformational Reading of Scripture

November 1 st 2012 by Jean Vanier

We must gradually live as Jesus lived, love as he loved, and choose to become little and humble as Jesus was.

Reading the Bible . . . and Longing to Know
What Made Dagon Bow?

What Made Dagon Bow?

November 1 st 2012 by J. Mark Bertrand

While the Israelite army was defeated in battle, their God with no army brought the enemy to its knees.

Why Illumine?

Why Illumine?

November 1 st 2012 by Makoto Fujimura

Do images detract from experiencing the word of God?

We Can Do Better

We Can Do Better

October 29 th 2012 by Ray Sawatsky