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December 10, 2019 By Jonathan Swan
It’s a curious story, this drama unfolding in the lives of two women, each one an unlikely choice to participate in the gate-crashing of the universe. God chose women and wombs to house men. And what men! One, the messenger and harbinger of the promised King; the other, the King himself. And what wombs! One,...
May 6, 2016 By Scott Corbin
Jim Hamilton | Professor of Biblical Theology The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville, Kentucky I have friends I respect whose kids have played (and some who do play) travel ball, and I mean no offense to them by this post. Nor am I categorically condemning their decisions and choices. I am offering these thoughts for parents who...
March 28, 2016 By Greg Gibson
Since I became a Christian, I have been fascinated by church history. Since “the past is a foreign country,” I have enjoyed studying how saints of old viewed the world in which they lived, knowing that Augustine’s Hippo or Calvin’s Geneva doesn’t exactly have a one-to-one correspondence to our modern American evangelical milieu. That being...
February 2, 2016 By Scott Corbin
Erik Thoennes joins Scott Corbin on Danvers Audio to talk about the image of God, the importance of play, and the theological implications of peek-a-boo. *********** Image: snowy soccer field by T. Kaiser on 12/28/14, accessed on Flickr and licensed under Creative Commons
December 16, 2015 By Greg Gibson
Rachel Jankovic | Mother, Writer, & Author of Loving the Little Years Moscow, Idaho JBMW 20.2 [Fall 2015] **************************************************************** I think it is safe to assume that most believers are familiar with the many Biblical passages that speak of children as gifts (see especially Psalms 127, 128). They are considered a blessing, and inheritance, like arrows...
December 7, 2015 By Greg Gibson
Grant Castleberry | Executive Director The Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Frankfort, Kentucky JBMW 20.2 [Fall 2015] **************************************************************** In August Target became the next corporate power,1 after Amazon,2 to rid themselves of all gender designations and labels for children’s toys and bedding. In the corporate rush to not be the company behind the ever-moving gender...