A heart for the poor – and a mind of economics
R.J. Moeller explains how so many adult Christians end up economically illiterate.
DSM-5: The New Normal?
A model of constructive, balanced, and concise Christian critique.
7 Ways to Boost Your Creativity
Creative thinking can be enhanced by external forces, and isn’t necessarily reliant on “good genes” or natural ability.
Christ-centered reading, preaching, and teaching
Matt Capps: “A Christ-centered hermeneutic teaches us that in every passage the canonical trajectory points us to Christ as the hero of our salvation and our sanctification…Christ-centered hermeneutics not only informs the mind, but also employs the truth to appeal to our emotions and challenge our will to respond appropriately and entirely to the good news of Jesus Christ.”
Counseled by the Puritans on Providence
15 pages of Puritan Theology summarized in 1500 words.
What’s the difference between a Social Worker and a dangerous dog?
Mez answers this question in a way that highlights important social issues in many poorer communities.