Walter Brueggemann answers questions about subtle forms of idolatry, what it means to be prophetic, and how the prophets of old can speak into our cultural moment.
Dr. L. Daniel Hawks shares his heart on recent evangelical scandals, what Isaiah might teach us, and how God prefers faithfulness rather than success.
A pastor's preoccupation with his image or performance is often a subtle form of idolatry.
Is deconstruction inherently evil? Is doubt the opposite of faith? Why are so many young Christians deconstructing? A look at A.J. Swoboda's new book After Doubt can help provide clarity to these questions and more.
According to Genesis 1-3, the original marriage failed because of the lure of idolatry and self-centeredness.
The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall: The Plague of Celebrity Culture Infecting Modern Evangelicalism
What does American Christianity share in common with the church at Corinth?
“Here Are Your Gods:” Christopher Wright on “Faithful Discipleship in Idolatrous Times” (Book Review)
Christopher J. H. Wright is no stranger to the layered, complex, and beautiful world of the Old Testament. A prolific author and accomplished scholar, Wright has become known for helping bridge the unfortunate gap between the church and academia. In... Continue Reading →