Theology

There is No Condemnation – Romans 8:1-17

Those who are in Christ have been set free from the Law of sin and Death (8:1-4). Condemnation refers to a “the punishment following sentence” …

Religion

The Most Dangerous Thing Luther Did

Current Issue<p>October 2017Subscribe<p>Read This Issue<p><b>No Child Left Behind Comes to Awana</b><p>I Never Became Straight. Perhaps That Was Never God’s Goal.<p>Benny …

Religion

What Are the Best Reformation Biographies?

<b>Audio Transcript</b><p><i>This month at desiringGod.org we’re celebrating 31 personalities behind the Protestant Reformation in a series called “Here We Stand:</i> …

Religion

‘Nuclear WAR could break out ANY MOMENT’ North Korea issues terrifying WW3 warning

Hydrogen bomb blast COGwriter The rhetoric related to North Korea continues: ‘Nuclear WAR could break out ANY MOMENT’ North Korea issues terrifying …

North Korea

John the Baptist and Baptism (Theology for Life)

In this episode of <i>Theology for Life</i>, Ed and Lynn talk about John the Baptist and different baptismal traditions. How should we view baptism, and what …

Faith

Flash Just Dropped a HUGE Justice League Easter Egg

<b>WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for The Flash Season 4, Episode 2</b><p>–<p><b>The Flash</b>‘s new suit has plenty of gadgets and tricks – including but an …

Comics

Did Ignatius endorse Sunday and do away with the Sabbath?

COGwriter Since Jesus and the Apostles kept the Sabbaths and the Holy Days, why do most who profess Christ not observe them? Many claim that Ignatius …

Religion

Colossians Bible Study - Part 7

Go deeper in God's Word with Joyce! Her study of Colossians will help you discover who you are in Christ and how much He loves you.<p>Watch Now<p>What does …

Bible

Announcement: Our Next Webinar

Teaching the Church to Read the Bible Date: 10/26/17 Time: 10am CST Registration: http://goo.gl/7PTeB4 Description: Teaching your church how to read …

Religion

This Bible museum is missing something big that’s causing Christians to criticize

The Museum of the Bible is a $500 million project opening next month in Washington, D.C., but critics are already pointing out some figures and topics the museum avoids or minimizes.<p>Like Jesus Christ.<p>Yes, a large and spectacular museum based on the Christian holy book and funded largely by the …

Conservative View

500 years after the Reformation, everything you thought you knew about it is wrong

Martin Luther has been treated harshly of late by British documentary makers. When Ann Widdecombe gave us her version of the Reformation in a primetime Channel 4 series a few years back, she argued that the 16th-century schism in Western Christianity would have happened anyway, with or without …

Martin Luther

Christian Transhumanism is the Next Reformation

Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther nailed 95 theses to the door of a German church, kicking off one of the most significant movements in Christian history: the Protestant Reformation.<p>The movement was less defined by the content of those theses, and more defined by the act itself: the willingness …

Faith

Were Adam and Eve Jewish?

Rabbi Dr. Raymond Apple<p>Rabbi Dr Raymond Apple AO RFD is Emeritus Rabbi of the Great Synagogue, Sydney. He is now retired and lives in Jerusalem, …

Religion

Why Do We Obsess About Bar Mitzvah Torah Readings — When There’s Little Textual Basis For Them?

This is part 1 in a series of articles examining the Bar and Bat Mitzvah ritual in America.<p>Few institutions represent the American Jewish community …

Religion

Inside the sprawling, controversial $500m Museum of the Bible

The museum conceived by the billionaire president of Hobby Lobby and set to open next month has attracted scepticism over its ideological mission<p>It is a museum of biblical proportions – and it is stirring controversies to match.<p>Opening next month in Washington, the Museum of the Bible cost half a …

Culture

Book Review: Paul N. Jackson, Devotions on the Greek New Testament, Volume Two

<b>Jackson, Paul N. Devotions on the Greek New Testament, Volume Two. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2017. 189 pp. Pb; $18.99. Link to Zondervan</b><p>This …

Religion

Can the Museum of the Bible overcome the sins of the past?

<b>WASHINGTON, D.C.—</b>Next month, a lavish museum will open its doors here, just a stone’s throw from the Smithsonian castle and the U.S. Capitol. …

Religion

Start With Genesis (RJS)

A few years ago Tim Stafford published a book, <i>the adam quest</i>, where he interviewed eleven scientists who have wrestled with the mystery of human …

Religion

The 100 Years War: The Church and Communism

<b>The past 100 years</b> from 1917 to 2017 have been an encapsulation of the <i>protoevangelium</i>, when God told the serpent “I will put enmity between you and …

Religion

We are Marked and Sent into the World

<b>Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A – October 22nd, 2017</b>In today’s Gospel (Matthew 22:15-21), the Pharisees try once again to entrap Jesus …

Faith

What did the Apostle Paul really teach about the Ten Commandments?

Artist’s impression of the Apostle Paul writing COGwriter Many believe that the Apostle Paul somehow did away with the Ten Commandments, but is that …

Faith

Found In The Cosmos

Allow me to be metaphysical for a bit. I am reading theologian David Bentley Hart’s just-published translation of The New Testament. In his <i>First</i> …

Conservative View

Job Opening: Lecturer in Theology at Trinity College in Perth, Western Australia

TRINITY THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, PERTH <br>LECTURER/SENIOR LECTURER IN THEOLOGY<p>Trinity Theological College, Perth, invites applications and expressions of …

Religion

WP: Austria turns sharply to the right in an election shaped by immigration

<i>Islamic Jihad Movement emblem</i><p>The <i>Washington Post</i> (WP) published the following:<p>Austria turns sharply to the right in an election shaped by …

Religion

The beauty and joy of Simchat Torah

In 1663, seven years after Jews were officially allowed to resettle in England, the diarist Samuel Pepys recorded the following entry for the …

Jewish Culture

Belshazzar Feasting Inside The Beltway

Over the weekend, the Family Research Council held its annual Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC. It is an opportunity for conservative …

Conservative View

Just What Is the Museum of the Bible Trying to Do?

In November, the Museum of the Bible, a 430,000-square foot building, will open at 300 D Street in Washington, D.C. The museum will house thousands of pieces of biblical lore, including fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls, pieces of papyrus displaying early copies of the New Testament, and Elvis …

Politics

The Truth of Genesis: The Seven Feasts Of Yehovah, Part 7F.

Like<p><b>Like</b> <b>Love</b> <b>Haha</b> <b>Wow</b> <b>Sad</b> <b>Angry</b><p>(<b>ThyBlackMan.com</b>) Yeshua, His name meaning “Yehovah is our salvation”, fulfilled the four Spring feasts when He came to …

Religion

St. Longinus: A Saint for Conversions

<i>But when they came to Jesus and saw that he was already dead, they did not break his legs, but one soldier thrust his lance into his side, and</i> …

Religion

More Jewish, less religious - Blogs - Jerusalem Post

For something like 15 years, I've been studying Talmud Shabbat mornings for an hour or so with a religious (i.e., Orthodox) neighbor. We've been …

Opinion