This is an excellent article from Craig Keener.
Not every claim to a miraculous raising today is authentic. Everywhere in the world, most people who die stay dead. Even those resuscitated miraculously, such as Lazarus, die again; all healing in our mortal bodies is by definition temporary. Such miracles do, however, remind us that Jesus Christ, who raised the dead during his earthly ministry, is the risen and exalted Lord. Sometimes he continues to grant signs of the future, reminders of the resurrection hope that in him awaits us all.
Well that’s quite the list from Jared Wilson.
What God says about his Word is a deep, complex, and staggering thing. And each book of the written Word testifies to the wonder of his revelation. I decided to take a look, book by book, selecting a representative passage from each to highlight many of the things God’s word says about God’s words.
I always find Ross Douthat an insightful commentator. I think he’s right about this and it’s going to be painful.
But the liberal impulse at the moment, Buttigiegian as well as Ocasio-Cortezan, is to insist that liberalism is a seamless garment, an indivisible agenda that need not be compromised on any front. And instead of recognizing populism as a motley coalition united primarily by opposition to liberalism’s rule, liberals want to believe they’re facing a unitary enemy — a revanchist patriarchal white supremacy, infecting every branch and tributary of the right.
My friend Jeremy Williams has recently written a book (& rebranded his blog) on sustainable economics.
Can you sum up the whole of our book The Economics of Arrival in two minutes? I’d like to think not, or we could have saved ourselves a whole lot of time. But if you’ve been wondering what the book is about and whether it’s for you, this will give you a sense of its key messages.
How this guy runs in some of these places is beyond me. I’d be on my hands and knees (possibly trembling with fear).
Off the shelves: Lessons on sharing Jesus with Muslims
I thought I’d get back into the habit of sharing articles I’ve previously written here.