I’m a reader and a preacher with a strong conviction that reading deepens preaching because it deepens the preacher. I’m hunting after wisdom in my reading. I want to understand life, which is always more various than I expect — lovelier, more bizarre, more complicated, more horrible, more surprising.
Martin Luther once said, “a god is that to which we look for all good and in which we find refuge in every time of need.” For many the benefits we receive from the economy truly are that to which we look for all good and find refuge in time of need. This is why so many of us define ourselves by our jobs and by the things we consume.
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These days, ask any normal person “How are you?” and you may get a range of answers: “Fine, […]
Mark Seifrid has provided us with an excellent commentary marked by theological clarity and pastoral insight. He is a sure-footed guide to the heights and depths of the terrain of Second Corinthians, enabling those who accompany him to better appreciate this epistle as Paul’s pastoral theology of the cross.
Stanley Hauerwas’s new book is here, and now you can win a copy!
Interpreters of Paul have often recognized that Paul had something radical to say about “grace,” and that it […]