When it comes to racism, we’re failing it too.
Stephen Fowl’s fresh approach to the study of idolatry
Like goslings, we tend to attach ourselves to the wrong things—like political parties.
Depictions of Jesus reveal God—but never adequately.
What began as respect for the Second Amendment has morphed into a colossal idolatry of lethal weapons.
If Luther's reform was triggered by a critique of indulgences, Calvin's was triggered by a critique of idolatry.
Christopher Hitchens was an unrelenting unbeliever to the end. But Ross Douthat claims that everything about Hitchens points to an embrace of life and a refusal to give in to despair.
One of my seminary teachers once said that if you can’t think of anything original to preach, you should tell Bible stories—they have enough power to turn people’s hearts toward God. This may not work with every text, but it certainly works with the drama and wisdom of the story of Naboth and the story of the woman who washes Jesus’ feet with her tears.