New Arrivals

  • from-jonathan-ruehs
    Fi, Fie, Foe, Fideism

    “I’ve struggled with doubts about my faith for a while,” said the female college freshman sitting across from me, in the midst of tears. “I brought up my struggles...

    • December 8, 2014
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  • from-kmaas
    Misunderstanding Luther, St. Paul, or Both?

    Earlier this year Credo magazine devoted an issue to the doctrine of justification and, very graciously, they asked me to participate in a “roundtable” on the topic. Specifically, they...

    • December 2, 2014
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  • from-steve-byrnes
    Preaching Through A Yearly Lectionary Rocks – But What’s Being Missed?

    In some churches, the choices for Scripture readings are spontaneous. In some churches, these choices follow a well-worn and beloved path. Generally, we call that path the lectionary. I’m...

    • November 12, 2014
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  • from-rritchie
    The Stephen King Method

    I was just watching the documentary “A Night at the Movies” where Stephen King reviewed horror movies from several decades. Somewhere about halfway through, King told of a phone...

    • November 4, 2014
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  • from-dandeen
    Why New (And Old) Atheists Should Toast Luther And The Protestant Reformation

    Unusual Bedfellows New Atheism harbors no love for the theological fruits of the Reformation. The 21st century is simply not compatible with a reformational mindset. Daniel Dennett argues in...

    • October 29, 2014
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