Biblical Literacy: Moving from a Dream to Reality
by Jane Kunzie-Brunner
A church faithful to Christ's good news is also one which uses and knows the Scriptures. Yet, practically speaking, people raise objections. How can we address them?
For the Sake of the World: Mission and Ministry in John's Gospel
by Kevin E. Anderson
John's model for ministry leaves no room for "spiritualization" if that means disengagement from the world.
by Thomas M. Lang
Biblical storytellers want to move the stories of faith from the text to the heart, so that the hearers may hear.
Texts without a Baby
by Mary E. Hinkle
In Advent, the season of expectation, nothing is as we expect it to be
Who Lives in the Land of Deep Darkness?
by Barbara Jurgensen
We need the beautiful elements of the Lukan story, the angel choir, and the wondrous birth. But we need them to be kept in tension by the human struggles of the story's participants.