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Announcing the New Normal in Higher Ed Webinar Series
The disruption to Christian Higher Education from the COVID-19 crisis is extensive and has far reaching consequences. During this time, we are committed to partnering with instruct...Read Post
Christ Alone & Catholic Sacramental Theology: A Reformation Response
In order to understand the nature of the Reformers' disagreement with Rome, you have to understand the nature of two intertwining ideas that...Read More
What Are the Fruits of the Spirit and the Works of the Flesh?
Jesus wanted his disciples to understand that there were some who would seek to distort the gospel. He called them “false prophets,” and h...Read More
What Can We Learn About Walking in the Spirit from Galatians 5?
Due to the influence of law-heavy teaching, the Galatians struggled to understand how to mature as Christians. Did they become righteous by...Read More
An Interesting, Innovative Approach to Reading Biblical Greek
The English idiom “It’s all Greek to me” isn’t merely an expression that something isn’t understandable. It also embodies the frustrations a...Read More
There Is Always a Reason (John 2:1) - Mondays with Mounce 287
We just completed another week of work on the NIV in Cambridge, and I was again reminded that there is always a reason. No matter how unusua...Read More
Eagerly Do Good, Readily Represent: Finding Your Story in 1 Peter 3:13–17
How should Christians live in a culture that’s either outright hostile or increasingly opposed to our faith? That’s the question Peter addre...Read More
4 Major Themes in First Peter and the Story of God
Martin Luther called the letter “one of the grandest of the New Testament.” Early church fathers Clement of Rome and Polycarp of Smyrna were...Read More
Software Sale: Word Biblical Commentary Set — Save at Least $800 on WBC
Right now, the Word Biblical Commentary set is on sale at Logos, Accordance, Olive Tree, and WORDsearch software retailers. If you act now, ...Read More