Recent Faculty Blog Posts

  • Sharing the Material Resources of Home to Embody the Gospel

    By Aaron Devine

    Oct. 21, 2014

    I often think about home in a specific way. For a long time, home has been a safe place to come back to at the end of the day. It has been a place to establish a comfortable niche in the world as a respite, a literal financial investment in ...

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  • God's Timelessness Sans Creation

    By William Lane Craig

    Oct. 17, 2014

    Dr. Craig,

    I am a longtime admirer of your work. Although I am no longer a Christian, your work as a philosopher and theologian has played a significant role in the formation of my own views and I am fully persuaded of theism, although I still have lots of questions ...

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  • Snatched Up For a Meeting

    By Gary Manning Jr

    Oct. 16, 2014

    The release of the movie Left Behind has again drawn attention to the Christian belief in the rapture. The movie tries to portray the chaos in the world as millions of Christians suddenly disappear. This image has interested Christians for quite a while. I recall watching the Thief in the ...

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  • Shepherds, Sheep, and Talking Heads

    By Joe Hellerman

    Oct. 15, 2014

    I am often asked my opinion of the mega-church model of ministry. I find the model lacking, frankly, but not for the reasons you might think.

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  • ¿Cómo Disentir Sin Ofender? / How Can We Kindly Disagree?

    By Octavio Esqueda

    Oct. 14, 2014

    Recuerdo que mi padre solía decir con frecuencia “cada cabeza es un mundo” cuando se refería a las diferentes maneras de pensar y actuar entre las personas. Por esta razón, la comunicación es parte básica de las relaciones humanas. No se puede establecer ninguna relaci ...

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  • Teaching Bible Fluency: Using Classes and Videos

    By Kenneth Berding

    Oct. 13, 2014

    Are you as concerned about the growing problem of biblical illiteracy as I am?  We Christians have more Bible-focused resources available to us than has any generation of Christians in the history of the world.  Despite this we are literally—from a spiritual standpoint—starving ourselves to death. Would you ...

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