What does American Christianity share in common with the church at Corinth?
Francis Chan stepped down a number of years ago from the church he had pastored for seventeen years in California. His reason? He stated that in the hallways of the church, he heard his name being echoed more than discussions... Continue Reading →
I had the great honor of asking Jay Kim a few questions about his latest book Analog Church (foreword by Scot McKnight) which I highly recommend. We talk about the nature and calling of the church, navigating through a hyper-technological and... Continue Reading →
Edited by Scot McKnight and Greg Mamula, Conflict Management and the Apostle Paul undertakes the task of painting a clear picture of what Paul thinks about conflict and reconciliation. This collection of essays by various scholars aims to put flesh and... Continue Reading →
What makes a pastor a pastor? What is the New Testament vision for the pastorate vis-à-vis modern conceptions? New Testament scholar and prolific author Scot McKnight attempts to answer such questions and more in his latest release, Pastor Paul: Cultivating... Continue Reading →
It's becoming increasingly clear that within the American church there is a growing fascination with "progressive theology," or at least aspects of it. Names like Rachel Held Evans, or more recently Rob Bell, seem to constantly be stirring the waters... Continue Reading →