Revoice and the “Idolatry” of the Nuclear Family (Richard D. Phillips)

When the Obergefell case was argued before the US Supreme Court to establish the right to gay marriage, many saw little threat to religious liberty. It became clear, however, that the approval of same-sex marriage would in fact result in the delegitim…

Post-Theism? (James Richey)

With Anatheism: Returning to God after God, Richard Kearney carries on a tradition of philosophy “after the death of God.” Building upon philosophers such as Paul Ricoeur and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Kearney finds himself squarely within the contin…

The Scripture’s the Limit (Gabriel Williams)

Worship is truly the greatest privilege of the creature and all of creation is morally obligated to worship the Creator. When the topic of worship is usually discussed today, however, so much of the discussion involves musical style and preferences. T…

How One Book Changed My Life (Part 2) (Michael Spangler)

In addition to modeling and teaching submission to the Word of God, Petrus van Mastricht–in the recently translated prolegomena of his Theoretical-Practical Theology–powerfully corrected my thinking on the relation of reason and theo…

The Aesthetics of Tolerance (Carl Trueman)

A number of years ago, I had occasion to fly to Korea via San Francisco. Flying across the US on a clear day is one of those rare pleasures which really allows you to get the geographical measure of the place: how flat much of the country is; how the …

‘Til Kingdom Come (Nick Batzig)

So much recent debate surrounding social justice seems to boil down to fundamental disagreements and misunderstandings about the relationship between the “Kingdom of God” and the “Church.”  Many have conflated these two biblical concepts so …

Log College Press (Caleb Cangelosi)

Technology is at the same time destructive and creative, disruptive and connective. It erases jobs from existence (has anyone seen an ice cutter or an elevator operator recently?), and creates whole new industries and vocations (pause to recollect tha…

Praying Through the Scriptures: Acts 7 (Chad Van Dixhoorn)

Over the years it has been my practice, learned from others, to offer up praises and petitions framed by a passage of Scripture. Some of these passages were read in preparation for preaching, others offered material for meditation in daily devotion; st…

Godly (Dis)contentment (Megan Hill)

Nineteenth-century author and hymn-writer Elizabeth Payson Prentiss lived a life of exemplary faith in the midst of serious trials. For most of her life, she was confined to bed as an invalid, and her husband also suffered from ill health. In 1852, in…

It’s Not About Kaepernick (Darrell B. Harrison )

To mark the 30th anniversary of its groundbreaking ‘Just Do It’ ad campaign, the Nike corporation recently announced a new campaign featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, unarguably one of the most polarizing figur…