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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


Scot McKnight - Bury The Word “Evangelical”

Scot McKnight, at the centre of the picture

It’s time to bury the word “evangelical.” It’s both past time to bury it but it’s also time yet again to bury it. 1,593 more words


Book Review: Adam and the Genome

Book: Adam and the Genome

Subtitle: Reading Scripture after Genetic Science

Authors: Dennis R. Venema and Scot McKnight

Publication Year: 2017

Reviewed: Dr James Graham, retired General Practitioner, Glasgow. 1,056 more words


Opening to New Experiences (Avoiding Superficial Spirituality Part 9)

“Do not measure yourself by how much road you have covered thus far; rather measure with your eyes set on how much more there is in front of you.”

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Pieces of the penal puzzle

Penal Substitutionary Atonement (PSA) is a popular understanding of how it is that Jesus’ death saves us. It views Jesus as suffering ‘instead of us’ (thus ‘substitutionary’) the just ‘punishment’ (thus ‘penal’) we deserve. 1,679 more words

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