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Theologians and Exegetes

Sometimes it seems like you either have theologians that don’t write commentaries or you have exegetes that are too lost in the details—Tim Keller

Anthony Fauci’s Boss on Why Things Could Be Much Better Soon

Francis Collins, literally the top scientist in the land: We Americans tend to be pioneers in individual behavior, but this is a time for individuals to moderate their behavior. It’s one of the great tragedies of this current moment that scientifically based public-health measures have somehow been captured as

On structural racism

Andrew Wilson: Christians, of all people, should know that evil is held in place not just by the flesh (the sinful self), or even the devil (and associated demonic powers), but also by the world: the structures and systems of human power that perpetuate injustice, idolatry and immorality. It seems

security and grace

Friends, I’ve yet to find anything else like it: The Christian gospel supplies both the security to boldly stand against injustice and the grace to humbly forgo cancel culture.

Statement on Racialized Violence

The Bible very clearly demands justice in the sight of oppression and murder. In response to vain worship, the Lord told ancient Israel, “Take away from Me the noise of your songs, For I will not hear the melody of your stringed instruments. But let justice run down like water,

It is written

Jesus: “It is written.”Satan: “Is it written?”Know the difference.—@AJWTheology

Discipleship and Deliverance

Tweet thread from @howertonjosh: "We often get sins and wounds confused. Sins are rebellious places in our heart that need repentance. Wounds are tender places in our heart that need healing. You can’t repent of wounds. And you can’t get therapy for sins.” –– Darrin PatrickChristian fundamentalism pushes everything

“that ancient theology can better answer contemporary problems than any of the modern secular world’s solutions”

Tara Isabella Burton for the NYT: “Weird Christians reject as overly accommodationist those churches, primarily Mainline Protestant denominations like Episcopalianism and Lutheranism, that have watered down the stranger and more supernatural elements of the faith (like miracles, say, or the literal resurrection of Jesus Christ). But they reject, too, the
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