I struggle with all sorts of anxiety. The small kind, where you sit and try and remember what you forgot, and it nags at you, whether or not you actually forgot something. The mild kind, where your mind won’t stop thinking about what you have to do tomorrow. Even the worst kind, when you feel… Continue reading When My Anxiety Turns to Sin
Or, why God knows better than you and keeps Leviticus in the Bible for a good reason.
What is our comfort in our affliction? According to the Psalmist, the comfort comes from nothing less than the Law itself.
Ezekiel’s Easter vision comes to fruition in the death of death in the death of Christ.
Becoming a Pastor Theologian: New Possibilities for Church Leadership represents a growing shift in pastoral studies. The editors, Todd Wilson and Gerald Hiestand, note that there is very little biblical scholarship coming from the church itself. Rather, a lot of pastors are left reading other people’s work, and that work is not necessarily aimed for… Continue reading Tuesday Review: Becoming a Pastor Theologian
The breadth of the picture of the Gospel that we see in Ruth is breathtaking, and helps us to more fully see the picture of Christ that Boaz provides. While I already covered some of this picture last week, there is still more to see.
The image of the wise man and the foolish man who build their houses on the rock or the sand is a familiar one. But does it mean what we think it means, or is there a deeper purpose behind the parable?