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Category Archives: The Jesus Creed
Kingdom Values: Hospitable Speech
In addition to my ongoing series on The Sermon on the Mount, I’ve decided to begin writing (in no particular order) about the values and principles that usher in the Kingdom reign of God. I’m not claiming to be an … Continue reading
Posted in Disappointment, Faith, God, Kingdom Values, Love God, Love Others, Scripture, The Jesus Creed, Theology Tagged Gov. Robert Bentley, Hospitality Leave a comment
How Should We Read the Bible?
Reading scripture is one of the most important disciplines of the Christian life. Robert Mulholland, Jr. has written extensively about two different approaches to reading scripture. The first is reading is “informational”; that is, we read scripture to learn more … Continue reading
Posted in Deuteronomy 6 (The Shema), Faith, Scripture, The Jesus Creed Tagged Reading the Bible, Robert Mulholland, Scot McKnight Leave a comment
Over the past few years, this passage of Scripture has become more and more meaningful to me. In Jesus’ day, the Jewish rabbis would spend a lot of time discussing and prioritizing the laws in order of importance. So the … Continue reading
The Jesus Creed
In The Jesus Creed, Scot McKnight challenges his readers to pray / recite the Jesus Creed every morning and every evening for 30 days. The Jesus Creed comes from Mark 12:28-31 where Jesus is asked which commandment is the most … Continue reading
Posted in Deuteronomy 6 (The Shema), Jesus, Kids, Leviticus 19, Mark 12, Sunny, The Jesus Creed, The Resolution 8 Comments