MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: These four affirmations function as some of the main arguments for the full, equal, shared divinity of Father, Son, and Spirit.
BRANDON D. SMITH: We should be careful not to forget the God who speaks through the Bible's pages, in the Old and New Testaments.
R. LUCAS STAMPS: Thomas Aquinas helps give us some basic terms when discussing the Trinity.
DAVID RATHEL: Here's a bibliography to introduce interested readers to noteworthy works in this field.
JOE THORN: The environment of the pulpit is not only formed by the Word, but also filled with the Word.
MATT DAMICO: As your church gathers for worship, appreciate how the strange rituals are making you more faithful and more fruitful.
ALLYSON M. TODD: The church's liturgy can give this generation what they truly need.
BRANDON D. SMITH: These five truths still echo in our world and our lives today, if we’re willing to listen.
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON: Reading Scripture consists largely of paying attention to what is repeated and what stands out as extraordinary.