Is Jesus the model for masculinity? What about female disciples? A look at Aimee Byrd's Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood.
Discussing sin as being a part of our humanity is very prevalent. We find it in secular media as well as in the church. For example, when someone is horrified by a mass shooting, they might talk about the horrors... Continue Reading →
Evangelicals in general can be guilty of oversimplifying death as well as conflating hell with hades. This book, if read carefully, is a step in the right direction toward a more solid and robust theology of death, hades, and hell.
An element that seems to have been assumed throughout human history is the notion that the table is sacred; such a notion seems to transcend culture itself. While ours is a generation that can boast much about technological advancements and... Continue Reading →
It may be hard for Christians who revere Jesus as divine (as God) to think of God as ever being needy or vulnerable. And yet the Bible is not the Bible if it doesn't shock us (even those, or especially... Continue Reading →