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COLUMN: Lyerly Reunion Draws Crowd

Lyerly Reunion Draws Crowd

Hurts so good…

It is not often that Alabama Coach Nick Saban gets choked up when talking to reporters. Usually he is rude with shifty eyes while...

Faith Column: How to Start a Family Devotion in December

How to Start a Family Devotion in December

Faith Column: Why I Vote

There are two things you should never talk about at Thanksgiving: religion and politics.

Faith Column: Happy Hallowed Reformation Day

The 95 thesis are not particularly revolutionary in themselves. Initially very few people paid any attention to what Luther wrote. It is highly unlikely Luther even considered hammering his work as a spectacular event. Yet, history bears witness to tumultuous consequences and blessings of his action.

Column: Halloween Memories

Halloween is a strange holiday to get sentimental over but, this morning I find myself all in the "feels" (thanks to Facebook memories) and...

Faith Column: Should the church #believewomen?

Even the attempt to answer such a question inherently alters the role of the church. The church is no longer the Bride of Christ but assumes the gavel of the Judge. In doing so, she assumes a role reserved for her Bridegroom, Jesus (Matt 28:18, Acts 10:42). Only God knows the secret courts of men’s hearts. In a world full of hurt and pain, Jesus assures both the abused and falsely accused a just heavenly court where sin will be punished. Meanwhile, God gave the church a specific role: healing wounds—not judging them.

Faith Column: The Benefits of Prohibition

It’s time for a sober discussion concerning the evil effects of alcohol on our society.

Faith Column: Who Gets to Divine the Divine? A Response to Union Seminary’s Statement

Who Gets to Divine the Divine? A Response to Union Seminary’s Statement

Column: Suturing Wounds with Mercy

I often look into the mirror first. I often catch myself believing the lie that I can somehow begin with my own failures and create change in myself. I will find an issue and then want my own reflection to change itself. Many Christians, no doubt, have taken up this same mantra of self-improvement.