I had intended to begin this series earlier in the week but got delayed by some more research and reading and thought it best to wait. So today I start looking at the issue of…
The church must have an integration of missional, incarnational, relational, organic, and reproducing qualities and aspects. Failure to integrate each of these qualities is a failure to be a missional church.
Tapping into the findings of his latest book, The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement, NYTimes columnist David Brooks unpacks new insights into human nature from the cognitive sciences — insights with…
I am falling in love with the Trinity and its implications.Ã‚Â Here are some book recommendations for studying the Trinity.
Recently, I had a comment on a post about The Jesus Manifesto. The comment was a question and I answered the question in the comment stream but thought it might also make a good post….
In 2009-2010 I began to hear of a discussion about the eternal subordination of Jesus in the Trinitarian scheme. It’s main proponents are Wayne Grudem from Phoenix Seminary and Bruce Ware from Southern Seminary. The eternal subordination of Jesus basically proposes an eternal hierarchy of authority among the three persons of the Trinity. The Father is the supreme authority with the Son and Spirit eternally submitted to his authority. Millard Erickson provides insight in a recent book.
I did a lot of reading this year. That reading covered an eclectic range of topics from spirituality, theology and ministry to time management, business and creativity. Based on that reading, I want to share with you the best books I read in 2010.
As my wife and I hit the road today for a couple of weeks of needed Christmas vacation, I thought I would share with you some of the reading I will be doing while on the road.