When reading Galatians, it can be easy to conceptualize the law as an evil disciplinarian. Rose Schrott Taylor argues that this isn't what Paul is saying.
Just as Paul turns to Abraham for an example of God's goodness in Galatians 3, British Hyrams turns to the life Melva Wilson Costen as a personal example.
"Change is hard. Change is inevitable. Change is growth," writes British Hyrams of Galatians 2.
How do you make the right decision when there isn't always a clear choice, asks British Hyrams?
Divided churches have existed for millennia. British Hyrams looks at Paul's advice to a divided community in Romans 2.
What are we to make of the woman caught in adultery in John 8? Daniel Frayer-Griggs offers some context.
So often we determine who’s worthy of our time and concern based on who they know, how they act, or what benefit we might receive from them. Jesus shows us a different way, the way of “right judgment,” writes Daniel Frayer-Griggs.
When we lack clarity about how best to interpret a text or how we ought to live our lives, Jesus always asks us to consider how our actions impact others, writes Daniel Frayer-Griggs.
Why is the Pharisee amazed that Jesus ate without washing his hands in Luke 11:37-44? What does this have to do with us? Daniel Frayer-Griggs reflects on this.
God has ultimate authority, but God's kingdom isn't fully complete. How do we live in the meantime, Tara W. Bulger wonders?
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