by Kyle Worley.
Far from a crusty old man writing a stale textbook, Calvin understood that the breadth of his work was worthless if it did not apply itself to the life of a believer. He was intensely practical and pastoral in his writings, exhibiting great concern for holiness.
It was not the mere beauty of Eve’s body that brought Adam such joy, but the image-reflection of his Creator standing in full glorious reality in front of him. It was not only a sexual reaction, but a spiritual one.
Christians are freed through the sacrifice of Christ, by the power of the Spirit, to reflect him and deflect Satan.
Pursue peace with everyone, and holiness—without it no one will see the Lord. – Hebrews 12:14 God’s word says that we cannot see God unless we are holy. Seriously. It’s right there for everyone to see. Not only is it blatant, but it’s damning. Webster’s reminds us that to be holy is to be “exalted [...]
The question of imago dei has puzzled theologians and laymen for centuries. What does it mean to be made in the image of God? Answers to this question have included things like reason, relationality, the ability to walk upright, etc. I want to suggest three different ways of thinking about the imago dei:
Reactionary Christianity causes a stir, but doesn’t inspire to action beyond debate. Biblical Christianity cultivates a sustained expectancy as we pursue scriptural living.
by Scott Douglas.
As Assistant Editor, Andrew will help us greatly in editing, obtaining, and writing articles that glorify God and send his people on mission in the world.
Jared Wilson has been a long-distance friend for a few years now, and I’m always blessed by his insights into the gospel and ministry. Not only so, but he was kind enough to give advice on more than one occasion (HERE, HERE, and HERE) for us here at Project TGM. I’m excited to have Jared [...]