Perspective

The capacity to view things in their true relations or relative importance.

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Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.

The Regenerative School

The Regenerative School

The Rē School in Fayetteville, Tenn., founded by Skip Bivens, seeks to utilize transformative learning to build a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world.

Love Matters More

Love Matters More

“It’s just important that we start by interrogating our own heart and understanding who we are and what motivates us,” says Jared Byas about ‘Love Matters More.’

#HaleYes, it’s time for change

#HaleYes, it’s time for change

Christopher Hale notes, “God is not an American, Christ is not a Democrat or Republican, and no party, no politician achieves all the ideals of the gospel.”

Voices

For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.

The God & Gun Conundrum

The God & Gun Conundrum

Jesus would never tell someone to take up a sword against another. He teaches in the Sermon on the Mount to “not resist the one who is evil” [but] to “turn the other cheek.”

Can Christians Fight Racism?

Can Christians Fight Racism?

Constructive communication requires us to be charitable with those who disagree. We must strive to understand the motivation behind their ideas.

Views

Judge not, that you be not judged.

The Trinitarian View of Jesus Christ

The Trinitarian View of Jesus Christ

We may not fully understand it, but Oneness Christology is easy to explain, easy to understand, and easy to illustrate. Trinitarianism is not.

Intelligent Design in Nature

Intelligent Design in Nature

Denis O. Lamoureux contends that despite differences, Christians stand united in that nature clearly reflects our Creator’s designing intelligence.

The Oneness View of Jesus Christ

The Oneness View of Jesus Christ

Oneness theology affirms Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as simultaneous manifestations of God. We know God’s character, holiness, love, and power in Jesus Christ.

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