All posts by Marcos Ortega

Marcos Ortega (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) lives in the Hudson River Valley in New York with his wife and two daughters.

From Genesis 3:16 to Dinah – Man’s Desire to Rule Over Woman

The Biblical narrative, from Genesis 3:16 to Dinah, shows that the fall of humankind introduced a power dynamic into the man-woman relationship. Trigger Warning.

/ December 6, 2017

RM Interview: Brian J. Wright

Author Brian J. Wright shares with RM about his new book and how churches can utilize communal reading to further discipleship.

/ December 1, 2017

How Romans 1 Rebukes Those Who Excuse Sexual Harassment and Abuse

Scripture rebukes those who would ignore or defend those who prey on women.

/ November 29, 2017

A Biblical Reflection on a Massacre

We hope this brief reflection on 1 Thessalonians 4 encourages you as we mourn together over the massacre at a church in Southerland Springs.

/ November 6, 2017

Soli Deo Gloria: The Project of the Next 500 Years

Today we celebrate 500 years of the Protestant Reformation. How does Soli Deo Gloria prepare us for the next 500 years?

/ October 31, 2017

I Will Teach Her “Solus Christus”

When my daughter came home and asked for a map, new layers were added to my understanding of "In Christ Alone".

/ October 10, 2017

Where We’ve Been: A Two-Year Retrospective

We had a birthday! A look back at some of the posts with the greatest impact on our readers.

/ September 12, 2017

4 Simple but Important Ways American Christians Can Support Dreamers

How can Christians support DREAMers as they face an uncertain future following the President's decision to rescind DACA?

/ September 8, 2017

Meet Gustavo Gutierrez

Gustavo Gutierrez is one of the most influential theologians Latin America produced in the 20th century. Here are a few reasons I think he's so important.

/ August 31, 2017

Introducing Myself to Me: Starting a Journey of Identity

What does it mean to have Latino identity when raised without Latin culture, history, and language? I look to Theology and the Bible for answers.

/ August 25, 2017