For a long time, narratives played a key role in apologetics. Is it time they made a comeback?
Against the charge that Christianity neuters human excellence, Augustine has already provided an answer.
Onsi Kamel explores Bonhoeffer’s mature thoughts on lying and its moral significance for Christians.
Community, like the Gospel itself, must first simply be accepted with an open hand.
A physicist explains why C.S. Lewis and Augustine landed on the right metaphor for how God creates.
In what way, if any, is the rainbow a sacrament of God’s covenant with Noah?
An accessible introduction to key Trinitarian and incarnational terms.
Brad Gregory’s accusations against Duns Scotus and the Reformers badly misunderstand both.
Prevailing evangelical understandings of what “Christendom” is or was are often hugely mistaken.
Is the Noahic Covenant part of the Covenant of Grace?