In this edition of Exploring Hope, Jamie Dew speaks with Derek Hicks, Henry Luce Diversity Fellow in the Divinity School at Wake Forest University, about the connection between culture and Christianity, and the problems when the two get confused.
Here’s an excerpt of the latest J. D. Greear installment, a call for more Deborahs in the church:
At the risk of stating the obvious, let me be clear: the whole book of Ephesians is for women. And so is the entire Bible. If women want to know God’s will for their lives, if they want to be shown what God desires for them, they had better not limit themselves to Ephesians 5 and Proverbs 31. Every chapter of every book of the entire Bible is for women. And they need to know it all.
In this edition of Exploring Hope, Keith Whitfield speaks with D. A. Carson about the doctrine of inerrancy and its significance for the gospel, ministry, and life. How do you make sense of the inerrancy of Scripture?