A savior for a troubled world
I once preached a Christmas sermon that struck out with one family. I had underestimated the peril of tampering with holiday sentiment.
The gospel in seven words
A common tendency among
believers is to think of Jesus Christ in the past tense. He's the guy we study
in the Bible that some taxidermist must have mounted on a wall.
A question for pastors
A pastor 30 years older than I was interviewing me for my first parish assignment. His final question unsettled me.
A Book About Heaven, Hell,and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived
Rob Bell fights every impulse in our culture to domesticate Jesus, reminding
readers that Christians do not believe in Christianity; they believe in
the Christ who wants to "draw all people" to himself.
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