How should Christians deal with moral conflict? Dr. James R. Thobaben, author and Professor at Asbury Theological Seminary, examines the topic through examples in Scripture and practical examples in churches.
Should Christians celebrate the creations of Western artists who depict the prophet Muhammad? In today's article, Kelly McCuaig suggests that in light of the gospel, and wholly congruent with the specific words of John Wesley, Christians have a much higher towards those we're supposed to reach with God's love.
One of the primary reasons nonbelievers cite for their lack of faith is the hypocrisy of Christians. Does this mean authenticity should be elevated as the chief end of the Christian life? Read more from Andrew Dragos as he discusses the relationship between the church, authenticity, and holiness.
In the New Testament, what is the link between theology and ethics; between what Christians believe and how Christians behave? In Part II of this video series, Ben Witherington suggests that behavior can and does affect a person's eternity.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Mark Ongley challenges the church to be a community that can come alongside the sexually broken in order to heal them and lead them to God.
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Ryan Danker helps debunk this myth by pointing out that history is too complex for simple notions of history that posit a right and a wrong side.
Scientists, philosophers, and sociologists have long debated as to which was stronger: nature or nurture. It is clear that our genetics can affect things like our decision-making and personalities. But, how can these factors affect disciple-making?
Dr. Brian Edgar, Professor of Theological Studies at Asbury Seminary, confronts ethical questions that arise from advances in biology and medicine. Edgar uses in vitro fertilization as an example and proposes a Christian response to the ethical questions one might face following IVF.
What responsibility do Christians have toward children who do not have fathers and mothers? Elijah Friedeman shares the how the theology of adoption needs to inform our lives.
We continue our Seven Minute Seminary video series with Dr. Bryan Edgar. Edgar confronts topics like IVF, cloning, and trans-species gene transfer. What are the theological implications of these advances in medicine and techonology? Hear what Dr. Edgar has to say.