Learning to think clearly about your own thinking is a critical skill for the preacher. Study more. Study longer. Study humble. Study persistently.
Let’s continue to read His Word and be gripped by who He is. We could rejoice in the reality that far surpasses all our dreams and yet opposes all our fleshly pursuits.
The input of children and young people with additional needs, and their families, can help us know the best way to journey with them and to support them.
Here are some concerning features of that strange authority that may be helpful to ponder.
Pandemic has emphasized our own inadequate material and naturalistic assumptions about reality. An article by Stephen Ko, Paul Hudson, and Jennifer Jao.
Broadening the range of our capacity to wonder is at the heart of epistemology. To fail to do so is to slip dangerously into knowledge as impersonal and disembodied.
Although the connections have improved very much, not everybody has the minimum necessary resources or tools: an updated computer, a scanner or printer, a good internet connection.
Healthy families are central to a Christian understanding of flourishing society. They are the primary institution where commitment, sacrificial love, support and guidance can grow.
For Western European churches mission could be translated as: “Let’s go to other countries to serve”. However, for most Eastern European countries missiology is merely similar to theology.
What may stir pride in the preacher? When might we be vulnerable to this great enemy?
Daryl McCarthy, Vice President of Academic Programs and Strategy, Forum of Christian Leaders, explains what the Bible says about knowledge and wisdom.
The idea is to have an expert introduce a subject in a competent by readable way, in about 100 pages or so.
Intelligence is an extremely complex, contended subject, and there is plenty we still don’t know about animal intelligence, let alone human intelligence.
One of the main reasons that wisdom differs from knowledge or intelligence in the Bible is because it entails acting upon what one already knows.
In her visit to the 8th Evangelical Congress, Manuela Carmena lamented the lack of knowledge of the Protestant Reformation in Spain.
Are we prepared to simplify our lives for the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus our Lord?
The President of the Evangelical Philosophical Society, Angus Menuge, explains what AI is, its limits and the enduring differences between artificial and human intelligence.
The real know-it-alls are twenty-first century materialists because we all know that miracles just can’t happen, or do we?