No Cross, No Christianity?

by Joel B. Green
A close reading of the New Testament brings to the forefront two indisputable claims about the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. The first is that Jesus' demise at the hands of… read more

The Wrath of God

by Stephen Travis
God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:9). Here we are at the heart of Christian faith, the source and… read more

Some say that Sunday School is dead; But I say…

by Margaret Ann Crain
When I was thirteen years old I refused to go back to Sunday School. “I'm never going to go to that class again,” I announced to my parents with all the… read more

Reclaiming John Wesley's Holistic Salvation

by Randy L. Maddox
As John Wesley contemplated the mediocrity of moral character and the ineffectiveness in social impact of Christians in eighteenth-century England, he became convinced that a… read more

The Letter To The Philippians: Preaching and Teaching Toward A More Faithful Stewardship

by Kenneth H. Carter, Jr.
According to Acts 16, the congregation at Philippi was the first church established by Paul and Timothy on their first missionary journey. The letters' tone reflects a warm and… read more

Confronting Evil in Ourselves

by Mark Ralls
"Osama bin Laden is evil." "Saddam Hussein is evil.” The post 9/11 era has been a time when the once forgotten theological categories of good and evil are making a stunning… read more
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