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.
Karl Barth’s insights are disruptive to any form of prosperity gospel teaching.
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?
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.
Is faith just wishful thinking? Is it just what we affirm intellectually?
The Islamic religion claims that it shares the same foundation as its Judeo-Christian counterparts. Central to this claim is that the prophet Muhammad is the last in a long line of prophets that began with Adam. What should we make of this as Christians?
One of the burdens of this kingly wisdom is this: the wise hear, protect and provide for the poor and powerless, because God himself identifies with the poor and powerless.
Redemptive-Historical preaching has seen a resurgence over the last century. Is it justified? What are the strengths and weaknesses?
In today’s world of New Calvinism the notion that Covenant Theology is synonymous with Reformed theology has become a debatable idea. But traditionally it was not always so.
Those with searching questions about how to read and interpret the Old Testament, those inquiring after its significance, will see that, far from being an optional extra, the Old Testament is in fact indispensable.