Churches

The Ascension: Waiting to Inhale

By Daniel Martins We all begin our lives as fetuses. We all had the experience of developing in utero and receiving necessary oxygen from our mother’s blood supply by means of an umbilical cord, and we’ve al... Read More...

Apologetics: A Comeback

Defending and Defining the Faith: An Introduction to Early Christian Apologetic Literature By D. H. Williams Oxford University Press. Pp. 465. $74. Review by Jonathan Bailes I can’t recall what was th... Read More...

Jesus Christ in the Old Testament

By Jeff Boldt Between Easter and the Ascension the risen Lord appeared to two disciples on the road to Emmaus. Famously, they didn't recognize Jesus, which is all the more incredible given that one of them m... Read More...

God’s Hiddenness and a Miscarriage

By Tyler Been Two days after Easter, my wife and I found out that our expected child was dead. She should have been twelve weeks along in the womb, but she measured at eight weeks, and there was no heartbeat... Read More...