With all our life hacks, kitchen hacks, and travel hacks, we often try to hack our spiritual lives, too. But as Richard J. Foster reminds us in Sanctuary of the Soul—free this month on Faithlife Ebooks—we can’t hack, program, or microwave our spiritual and devotional growth. (more…)
This month, pick up your free copy of A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles by I. Howard Marshall. [Read more…]
By Kevin Vanhoozer
One of the key prophetic tasks of theology is to free the church, a holy nation, from idols. This includes false ideologies and metaphors and stories that guide and govern a people’s way of life. That’s the negative task of theology: to call out false beliefs and false practices and the false ways of imagining the world that fund them. [Read more…]
May 2 is national Days of Remembrance, an annual day to remember the six million Jews murdered by the Nazi regime and its collaborators in the Holocaust.
The Ten Boom family of Haarlem, Netherlands, hid, fed, and cared for Jews during World War 2 in their home above their father’s watchmaker shop. Eventually, the entire family was arrested and sent to concentration camps. Only Corrie ten Boom survived. [Read more…]