Authenticity is an amendment of your life such that the opinions of others cease to define your self-valuation and identity.
Grace — that is what Rite I communicates. Its Comfortable Words confirm it.
One of America’s greatest theologians, Robert W. Jenson, died Sept. 5 in Princeton at age 87.
Adjudicating discipline and orthodoxy in the divided churches is profoundly complicated, especially for the “inferior” and “weaker” member-communities of the body.
God’s love calls us out from our biases, sins, and prejudices into the beloved community whose unity testifies to God’s desire to reconcile the world to himself through his Son.
Grace underlines all of what we do in school, but it is always a grace that assumes action and discipline.
Luther's understanding of the gospel has a tremendous liberating appeal, but also grave hermeneutical consequences.
God despises bores. Easter reminds us of this. Put the redemption of the world into our hands, and we’d come up with something unimaginative, uninspiring, and probably much too believable.