Many people have a dream of what the church could be. It's time to stop dreaming and live in reality.
What does an obscure list of the descendants of Esau in Genesis 36 have to do with your life? How could it possibly relate to the gospel?
Does contextual theology hinder missions? Most importantly for Evangelicals, does it lead to relativism?
It's time to address some objections. Here are some thoughts on why I purposely don't give examples of "white theology" and why I think that such a concept actually serves the unity of the church.
Is there really such a thing as "white theology"? In this post I explain where this concept comes from and both what I meant and DID not mean by previously alluding to it.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s resolve to fight for civil rights in the face of mounting adversity should encourage us to continue to pursue social justice.
What we saw or read this week: Lecrae's new album, J.I. Packer's health, the wisdom of age, reflections on evangelicals and race, and spiritual stuckness.
A brief reflection on the ways we can use general revelation to inform our praise and adoration of God.
The RM team announces the new website and reflects on both the past year and the future.