The devotionals in Liberated by God’s Grace lose track of divine grace in their push for temporal liberation.
The point of the parable is that the person who shows mercy to me is my neighbor.
Satire can quickly become toothless, selling itself for an easy laugh.
Thousands of seminarians have read John H. Westerhoff III’s Will Our Children Have Faith? and it has guided countless parishes and denominational offices in their Christian education programs.
God’s love is something counter-cultural, offensive, and ego-insulting. It is not free, but costly.
Do the historical psalms simply retell stories we read in a more gripping form in the Pentateuch and elsewhere?
The RCL has not succeeded in developing biblical piety in our congregations. Here are six ways to fix its errors.