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In popular theology, we come across all sorts of doctrinal myths and errors. Andrew Dragos shares five surprising myths that may be hurting the Body of Christ.

In a battle promising to go the full 15 rounds, the 9th circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling yesterday effectively nullifying Proposition 8. As you will remember, California voters passed Proposition 8 in 2008 limiting marriage to opposite sex couples. If you, like me, have an interest in exploring the jurisprudence behind the decision you, too, can thrash your way through the 133 page opinion here. As an attorney, the disturbing quandary for me comes in Judge Reinhardt ‘s brief wherein he says, Proposition 8 serves no purpose, and has no effect, other than to lessen the status and human dignity of gays and lesbians in California, and to officially reclassify their relationships and families as inferior to those of opposite-sex couples. Leaving the particular issue aside, it should stun us all that one judge, writing for himself and the court, can so sweepingly set aside the established will of the people of […]

Recently, Asbury Seminary hosted a Healing Conference. See our resource, Love Heals: A Biblical Theology of Healing Ministry. Andrew Thompson asks, "What is your theology?"...

Seedbed will release a video curriculum in 2013 with Dr. Sandra Richter based on The Epic of Eden, which will include the songs from Matthew Clark's...

In country and western legend Willie Nelson’s song “Me and Paul,“ Nelson writes and repeats “I guess Nashville was the roughest, but I know...

Here are 6 simple ways to be missional, via The Resurgence. Dr. Timothy Tennent recenlty blogged Imprecatory Psalms: Are All the Psalms Suitable for Christian...

If the Bible was written over 2,000 years ago, is it still relevant? In this video interview, Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Ben Witherington explain that how the gospel offers a timeless solution to the basic human problem of sin and alienation from God.

Some people go all-in for Valentine's Day, while others refuse to participate at all. Instead, they mock the holiday. Kensi Duszynski shares a new idea for Valentine's Day that avoids the dangers of both cynicism and materialism.

Recently we heard of the grotesque killing of 21 Christian brothers at the hand of terrorists. In today's article, Andrew Dragos shares 8 ways that we can be praying, related to ISIS, war, and terrorism across the globe. Join us in lifting these up to our God.

Why is Harry Potter still so relevant to so many people? Molly Just explains what the church might learn from the ways people identify with JK Rowling's wildly popular series.

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