Announcing a Discussion on Law
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Announcing a Discussion on Law

Starting Monday, March 22, 2021, we will be welcoming a series of posts by our authors and some of our friends regarding the law in scripture and in Christian thought. The first article in this discussion will be by Alden Thompson, author of Who’s Afraid of the Old Testament God? and Inspiration: Hard Questions, Honest…

Steve Kindle to Interview Henry Neufeld
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Steve Kindle to Interview Henry Neufeld

At 1 pm central time on August 29, 2020 on Facebook Live, Energion author Rev. Steve Kindle will interview Henry Neufeld, owner of Energion and author of the book God the Creator: Toward a More Robust Doctrine of Creation. This little book in our Topical Line Drives series was released with limited fanfare in June,…

Link and Notes: Jesus Creed on Christianity Tomorrow
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Link and Notes: Jesus Creed on Christianity Tomorrow

Scot McKnight, a well-known New Testament scholar and author, writes about Christianity and its ties to politics. Here is a sample: The problem, for far too many, Left and Right, is Locke’s trap or statism. It is not speaking prophetically to claim the mantle of the prophet only when it is a Left-leaner criticizing the…

Educate!
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Educate!

Energion Publications uses three words for our mission: Educate, Energize, and Empower. What do we mean by these words? Are they just buzzwords? When I wrote our current mission statement, my grammar checker informed me that I should reword the statement because it used too many buzzwords. These included the three keywords: Educate! Energize! Empower!…

From Wesleyan Accent: Sanctifying Ambition
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From Wesleyan Accent: Sanctifying Ambition

More than just building a tower, the people of Babel wanted to build a reputation for themselves. They wanted others to recognize their intelligence and skill and to admire them. They wanted to create their own identity as the premier architects and builders of the Ancient Near East. They wanted to be the first people that…