Robert A. Ratcliff

Robert A. Ratcliff

Bob Ratcliff is an editor and teacher living in Franklin, Tennessee. He blogs about theology, the Bible, and other curious stuff at Think and Believe.

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Resources

Just in Time! Prayers for Ordinary Time - eBook

Just in Time! Prayers for Ordinary Time - eBook

Worship in a Flash for Lent & Easter

Worship in a Flash for Lent & Easter

Worship in a Flash for Advent and Christmas - Download

Worship in a Flash for Advent and Christmas - Download

Worship in a Flash for Lent and Easter - Download

Worship in a Flash for Lent and Easter - Download

Articles

No, They Were Right When They Told You Not to Proof-text

By Robert A. Ratcliff
In a recent blog post at Ministry Matters, Clifton Stringer contends that proof-texting is not the dangerous practice your seminary professors told you it was, and that Christians … read more

Three Old Sinners, Just Like Us

By Robert A. Ratcliff
“At least we know for certain that we are three old sinners,That this journey is much too long, that we want our… read more

A Mysterious God, a Tangible Christ

By Robert A. Ratcliff
As Advent draws near, we spend a lot of time thinking, teaching, and preaching about the great Christian doctrine of the Incarnation. In Christ, God comes to us, becomes one of… read more

Does the Bible Contradict Itself?

By Robert A. Ratcliff
In the church where I grew up, claiming that the Bible contradicted itself was the second-worst thing you could say (the worst thing was to suggest that everybody, not just our… read more

Does That Muslim Have to Go to Hell So I Don’t?

By Robert A. Ratcliff
“I guess I’m not a Christian anymore,” he said, “since I can’t believe that people who aren’t Christian are going to hell.” My young… read more

There Don’t Have to be More Auroras

By Robert A. Ratcliff
The recent horrific shooting in an Aurora, Colorado movie theater so fills us with anger and revulsion that our attempts to describe, much less understand, the event seem destined … read more
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