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Is it time to give up on the term 'evangelical'?

Quite a few people think the answer to the title question is YES.

Alwyn Thomson makes the case with typical incisive analysis in a post at PS at… 586 more words


Philemon: A Call to Reconciliation

McKnight’s commentary on Philemon has a strong message for the church of the twenty-first century. Today, more than ever, the church needs to proclaim a message of reconciliation to our divided society and to a world that has never abandoned the disturbing reality of slavery. 159 more words


The Importance of Mary

On May 25 of 2011, a Timothy Dalrymple published an article at patheos.com titled, Everyday Transcendence: Patty Griffith’s Mary in which he discussed the importance of Mary, the mother of Jesus. 487 more words


Seeking to Recover an Overlooked Metaphor: Thomas Andrew Bennett's "Labor of God"

Thomas Andrew Bennett is convinced that something has gone awry when it comes to how many Christians speak about the cross. Near the beginning of his new book,  1,336 more words

Book Reviews

The Marks of a Christian’s Mind

 By Scot Mcknight

It is how people think, respond, react and outline a case that often marks them out as either Christian or sub-Christian and at times even non-Christian. 178 more words