1. A Review of Eating Disorders: Hope for Hungering Souls by Mark Shaw, Bethany Spence and Rachel Bailey
A short introduction to a Biblical approach on the issue of eating disorders.
2. The Church’s Misfit Members: Uniquely Challenged
There are some among the church who join us with particularly unique challenges and while they may often feel out-of-place their presence among us reminds us helps us understand the Christian life from a diversity of perspectives.
3. Interpreting the Reformation: An Introduction
Though many of us simply think of the Reformation as a one-sided event in which theologians and church members threw off the shackles of a dead and destructive church that interpretation does not quite mesh with the reality of the era in which the Reformation took place. Instead a multi-diverse perspective on the contributing factors can help us to discern a more robust understanding of the era, the evangelical movement, and the various reformations that took place.
4. Studies in Nahum: 31-19
Nahum concludes his prophecy with a second woe to Nineveh regarding its impending doom. Next week we’ll take time to explore this judgment and its relevance to the modern-day reader.