James and Paul on Salvation and the Law by Alexander Stewart – discusses concepts of merit and the viewpoints and audiences of each author.
In the third of her monthly posts on writing, Dr. Dolly Berthelot, author of Perfectly SquareTM discusses three questions you should ask yourself when you begin writing. We’re going to be adding this to our recommended reading for prospective authors. Thinking about these three things will greatly increase the likelihood that your book will be…
… and much more. Pat Badstibner responds to one of the related posts by Bob Cornwall in Keeping the Law. There’s a new book extract, Forgive as We Are Forgiven from Bob Cornwall’s book Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord’s Prayer.
Note: I am posting a certain number of related posts and book extracts. If you find something you wrote linked here, but didn’t add it to the discussion, it’s likely I cited it as background. The full directory is at Discussing the Law in Scripture. Responses and Extracts Posted Today
“Is Reiki Healing Touch Demonic? Can Christians use reiki faithfully?” Bruce Epperly provides a response in the YouTube video shown below to a comment regarding an earlier video regarding his Energion title, The Energy of Love: Reiki and Christian Healing. Learn More
This conversation occurred on Facebook Live, and is trimmed here just a bit. Bruce Epperly is a prolific writer, and has written three books on living during the pandemic.
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…
As we release Volume 3 of the Consider Christianity series, Faith and Reason, we are giving away the ebook editions of the first two volumes completely free through our Aer.io store. Use the links below to receive a free ebook copy: Evidence for the Bible Christianity and Secularism
As I was thinking about Black History Month, I recalled some of the history of race relations in Methodism. A brief article in the Encyclopedia Britannica outlines how members who were segregated in seating in St. George’s Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. In too many cases, church services and churches remain de facto segregated, which…
Energion author Allan R. Bevere interviews Scot McKnight on his new book, A Church Called Tov. Books by Scot McKnight in Our Retail Store A 20% discount is applied wherever possible. Some Books by Allan R. Bevere