Blessed Secularism

If someone asked us about the current state of North American society, how would we respond? Would we bemoan the state of our leadership, the lack of Biblical values in education, the various policies enacted by our government? Sure, if pressed, we may express thankfulness for the freedom we enjoy and the security we have, … Continue reading Blessed Secularism

Christians and the World: The Ethics of a City on a Hill

14 “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. 15 Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. 16 In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may … Continue reading Christians and the World: The Ethics of a City on a Hill

Biblical Themes that Define Us (4): Jesus’s Family

Throughout Scripture, various motifs are given to describe the Christian life. These motifs can help us understand the way we should act as those who are called by God, called by God to be on mission in the World but not to be conformed to it (John 17:14-19). The radical freedom given by the Christian’s … Continue reading Biblical Themes that Define Us (4): Jesus’s Family

Biblical Themes that Define Us (3): Elect Exiles

Throughout Scripture, various motifs are given to describe the Christian life, motifs that can help us understand the way we should act as those who are called by God to be on mission in the World but not to be conformed to it (John 17:14-19). A third motif that describes the Christian life in this … Continue reading Biblical Themes that Define Us (3): Elect Exiles

Biblical Themes that Define Us (2): Priests, Soldiers, and Servants

Throughout Scripture, various motifs are given to describe the Christian life, motifs that can help us understand the way we should act as those who are called by God to be on mission in but not to be conformed to the World (John 17:14-19). A second motif given in Scripture is the identity of Christians … Continue reading Biblical Themes that Define Us (2): Priests, Soldiers, and Servants