To speak words of grace, we must first name the powers and principalities that hold us captive.
Do practices make us better people? Lauren Winner isn't so sure.
Can we read scripture critically and theologically at the same time?
Wright tells a great story. Would the apostle recognize it?
It is the church's work.
Thirty years later my petty crime came back to haunt me.
"It's a sin problem," goes the slogan, "not a gun problem." Whatever definition of sin is operative here, it isn't Paul's.
Sin distorts the reciprocity for which God made us.
There are two sure things in life: death and sin.
People do terrible things. So does the biblical God. Is there value in naming those things?