How does fear factor into race-relations in the South African context, and how can we work against it?
James: A Beginner’s Translation
James is a sharp and dynamic letter, so concerned that the Christian life is lived in light of God’s wisdom and supernatural rebirth, a life that ought to be distinct and subversive.
Review—Christian Mission: A Concise Global History
Edward Smither’s Christian Mission presents a clear and sweeping account of Christian mission from the early church to today.
Church History for Dummies: Patrick of Ireland
Patrick’s evangelistic efforts would go on to inspire a generation of Celtic missionaries who evangelized Western Europe.
The Prosperity Movement and Karl Barth
Karl Barth’s insights are disruptive to any form of prosperity gospel teaching.
The Atonement in Mark: A Literary and Exegetical Study
The cross of Jesus suffers from overt sentimentalism and abundant confusion. We may wear it around our necks and sing about it, but what is the cross really about?
Avoiding Assumptions In Ministering to the Poor
The Christian, the righteous one, is to be known as an expert in the case of the poor and powerless: it is to be our expertise as those united to the one who is wisdom.
Polycarp–Bishop of Smyrna
As we near the end of the New Testament, we naturally see the end of the apostolic era. These apostles,…
Review—Four Views on the Apostle Paul
Michael F. Bird (ed), Four Views on The Apostle Paul. Counterpoints: Bible and Theology. Zondervan, 2012. 240pp. R198.00 Available: Good…
What is Faith?
Is faith just wishful thinking? Is it just what we affirm intellectually?