Resources on Theology

If there is anything we Americans hold in common this Christmas, it is fear. I felt it creeping up my neck four weeks ago when my dad called me on the way to work. “Did you hear about San Bernardino?”... Continue...

There are a lot of legitimate reasons for Christians to be distressed at Christmas: Shifting sexual norms Public policies that deny human dignity to the vulnerable Heresy and controversy in the church. The threat of terrorism The commercialization of Christmas... Continue...

Introduction to Matthew 1 During Christmas, it is important to reflect on one of the greatest gifts God gives us: his love. What is love? Biblical love is agape. It is covenantal, self-sacrificial and others-oriented. It’s shown in Christ and... Continue...

Russell Moore shares thoughts from the Mount of Olives overlooking the Temple Mount Continue...

At First Things, Matthew Schmitz warns his fellow Catholics of “country club Catholicism,” a sophisticated language game by which categories like sin and righteousness are diluted so as to no longer refer to what is good and bad, but what is dignified... Continue...

Some persons question whether there is any appropriate relationship between Theology and Ethics. In fact, Theology and Ethics are integrally interconnected. We see this interconnection of Theology and Ethics illustrated in the epistles of the Apostle Paul. The characteristic structure... Continue...

Next week the Southern Baptist Convention meets in Columbus, Ohio for its 157th annual meeting. Here are five facts you should know about America’s largest Protestant denomination. 1. The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), a name which refers to both the... Continue...