I’ve got a bunch of things on the boil right now. Like reading Oliver Crisp’s Divinity and Humanity (yeah, I know I’m behind the times; but my copy of god Incarnate is still in volcanic ash-delayed transit).
But here are a few things — from some members of the Moore College faculty and one or two others — that have got me thinking lately:
- David shares one of the ways in which he was able to encourage some German Bible College students during a recent mission trip.
- Mark defends the so-called — and much-maligned — ‘Knox-Robinson’ doctrine of church, calling for a more full-orbed exposition. A challenge well worth taking up.
- Michael shares 10 of his observations on reading the NT as a whole.
- Tim Chester highlights the centrality of the cross in seeking to make communities work (rather than purpose-driven strategies, communication skills, anger management training, or increased gender-/race-awareness — helpful as all these things are).
- And for the slightly more adventurous: Ben Myers poses some provocative questions about ANZAC Day and the god of war (although I’m not sure I know how to respond to them yet).