Meditations for Advent
Some Biblical Insights on Native Land Claims
The concluding meditations for Advent.
Roman and American economics.
An introduction to the gospel.
The call to be a servant society.
A case for discrimination.
On making obedience mean occupation.
Probing the Meaning of Liberation
A Challenge to Male Interpretations
The right to amass capital and its concomitant power has been maintained and practiced by many Christians. It is not without cause that Marx connects Christianity with capitalism.
The shared life of the Acts community.
An issue like feminism, however, raises immediate problems, for it is the kind of issue about which scripture does not always speak directly.
I want to share some very personal feelings.
Because some have forgotten the necessity of a deep personal commitment to it, others have eliminated the biblical themes of peace, righteousness, and justice from their hopes about the kingdom.
Our text draws an important connection between the fullness of the Spirit and the impulse to minister to the poor and unfortunate. This is the Acts connection.
Two commonly misunderstood motifs in Romans 13 and the other passages of direct teaching on the state are "submission" and "honor."
Few passages of scripture have been as consistently misused and misunderstood as Romans 13.
"God shows his love for us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us."—Romans 5:8