Dan Hames speaks with Dave Griffith-Jones about escapism, Netflix binges, seeing the dentist, FOMO, how to read the Psalms, and the gospel's answer to our fear.
Dai Hankey considers David's repentance in Psalm 51, and shows that humility before the Lord leads to rejoicing.
Glen Scrivener consider mission, motivation, and the glory of God.
David J. A. Clines' famous satirical article brilliantly critiques the Documentary Hypothesis of the Pentateuch by applying its assumptions to the Winne the Pooh books.
Stephen Nichols looks at the significance of the power of the Word of God in Josiah's reforms in 2 Kings 22, stopping to look at the Reformation, the evangelical revival, and more.
In this excerpt from 'Suffering and Singing', John Hindley introduces us to the story and songs of the sons of Korah.
Glen Scrivener opens Isaiah and shows that mission is at the heart of the life of the Church because it is in the heart of God.
David Murray gives his advice on how to see more of Jesus and his salvation in the pages of the Old Testament.
David Murray explores the ways the Old Testament saints knew and trusted in Jesus as he 'tried on the clothes of his incarnation' before time.
Simon Gathercole examines Paul's theology of atonement, focusing 1 Corinthians 15:1–11.