Timothy Keller (MDiv ’75) This essay originally appeared in The New York Times. Virginia is reeling from two mass shootings in less than a month in Chesapeake and Charlottesville. From what […]
This blog originally appeared on the Casket Empty website. Dr. Carol Kaminski (MA & MAR ’96) I have recently been following the stories that the Wall Street Journal has been […]
When Christians have disagreements it should be, “We are having a disagreement within the family,” and not be framed as an “us versus them.”
“Is Gordon-Conwell changing? Are you trying to change Gordon-Conwell?” Well, yes, but it may not be what you think.
God is a jealous God. Jesus is a solitary Savior of the World. All peoples, all nations, all languages will bow down to Jesus, the Lamb.
The title of this blog is attentiveness. Being attentive includes attending to one’s own soul, to the Spirit of the living God, and to those around us. Yesterday, these three came together for me.
January 6th was Epiphany, and this year it was also called as a day that will live in infamy.
“A sense of social responsibility, buried too long, perhaps under the wrong kind of conservative instincts, is rising to the surface, and demanding a place in the sun.”
At times it seems like the pandemic will never end.
At times it seems like the election animosities will never end.
At times it seems like the Church will never be united.
Racism is sin. Like all forms of sin, racism can destroy. And like all forms of sin, it will be with us until Jesus returns.