Category Archives: Quotes of the Week
John Chrysostom (349-407 A.D.) asks the question, “What could ever be equal to these good tidings?”
Borrowing a few lyrics from “Joy to the World”, here’s how the joy of God flows out from our hearts into civilization.
One of my favorite lesser-known hymns that fits the Christmas season well
J. C. Ryle on how Scripture testifies to Christ.
I would say that a “dull preacher” is a contradiction in terms; if he is dull he is not a preacher.
In order that men should resist injustice, they must think it absurd; above all, they must think it startling. They must retain the violence of a virgin astonishment.
N. T. Wright’s speech at Humanum this week is a masterful exposition of biblical theology.
Matt Chandler on ministry and suffering, and how God is the hero of the story – not us. This is powerful.
To have a marriage that sings requires a Spirit-created ability to serve, to take yourself out of the center, to put the needs of others ahead of your own.
We now know that telling writers to avoid the passive is bad advice. The passive construction has a number of indispensable functions because of the way it engages a reader’s attention and memory.