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Did God love the Egyptians when he struck Egypt with plagues? In the larger biblical narrative, the answer is obviously yes. But when reading the Exodus story, its difficult to come to terms with. In this article, Craig Keener explains how and why God loved the Egyptians.

One of the most insidious tendencies is to see all of Scripture through the lens of Romans. This bias goes way back in history.

We are pleased to team up with Roger E. Olson to offer you this free ebook: Arminianism FAQ: Everything You Always Wanted to Know. Roger is a leading voice on the issues surrounding the biblical understanding of salvation and has spent the last few years of his life bringing clarity to this discussion.

  In the Gospel of John, Jesus says he came to “finish the work” the Father had sent him to do. He prays that his...

 1. Interpret the gospel primarily through Romans. Biblical writers, including Paul, tell us to study the whole of Scripture and interpret it through that wholeness....

When Wesleyan ideas are put to the test, the theory makes for good logic and even better practice than Calvinism. Read Brian LePort's review of Calvin vs. Wesley, a recent book which generously compares these two compelling, and in some ways, competing traditions.

I never watch Fox “News” if I can help it. I have my reasons. Sometimes in motels and restaurants, I can’t avoid it. So...

Surprise! John Wesley is mentioned several times in this 450-page book. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, not once. The book is HRC: State Secrets and...

John Wesley said God’s providence is a key Christian truth. “There is scarce any doctrine in the whole compass of revelation which is of...

Marina Warner has written an intriguing book, Once Upon a Time: A Short History of Fairy Tale (Oxford: 2014, 201 pp.). The book plunges...

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