A little bit late to the gate with this one. My excuse is that it’s Monday. Only I never pressed publish and now it’s Wednesday. Hey ho.
Ian Paul engages with Andrew Wilson’s doctoral thesis on Paul’s combination of warnings and assurance for his readers.
I would say, no. Mike Frost digs a little deeper.
How much more concerning is it when ministers of religion who already wield male power, ecclesial power, spiritual power, and organizational power, add financial power to that mix!
This piece by Stephen Carter has rightly been getting a lot of attention.
Religious bigotry is always dangerous. But there’s a deeper problem here, a difficulty endemic to today’s secular left: an all-too-frequent weird refusal to acknowledge the demographics of Christianity. When you mock Christians, you’re not mocking who you think you are.
This is a good one.
For those of you who like e-readers and such like.
Photo by Alan Light