Dan Hames and Glen Scrivener speak about Halloween's origins and meaning; its dangers and its opportunities.
Andrew Wilson compares our changing human ideas and concerns with the unchanging word of God.
Andrew Wilson explains the history of the canon of scripture and why we can be confident in the Bible we have today.
Mike Reeves speaks about the Puritan theologian John Owen.
Kyle Strobel introduces us to a neglected doctrine: the beatific vision. Interacting with Turretin, Owen, and Edwards amongst others, he shows how our sight of God now by faith will be fulfilled in eternity.
John Hindley speaks honestly about failure in ministry and the Christian life, and shows how turning to Christ is the only way to avoid both pride and despair.
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability.
Stephen R. C. Nichols shows how, for Jonathan Edwards, the whole Bible exists to showcase the gospel of Christ.
Kelly Kapic explores the themes of suffering and justice in the context of studying theology, challenging us to make God's concerns our own.
Bob Letham shows how studying theology and the Bible are an inescapable part of being a Christian, necessary for leaders, and vital for the whole church.