You can’t know what something means until it is finished. If you drive by a construction site on your way to work, day after day, you’ll see a work in progress; beams going up, trusses for the roof, then eventually walls, insulation, windows, shingles, siding, and then you can decide if you like the house ..
REVIEW: REDEEMING TRANSCENDENCE IN THE ARTS, by Jeremy BegbieEditor’s note: this review originally appeared in the Winter 2020 issue of the Concordia Journal. We reprint it here in anticipation of this year’s Theological Symposium, “Whatever is Lovely”: The Role of Beauty in Theology and Ministry, September 21-22, 2021. For more information and to register, go to https://www.csl.edu/resources/continuing-education/theological-symposium/. REDEEMING TRANSCENDENCE IN THE ARTS: Bearing ..
Christ Centered Counseling … and JustificationRick Marrs talks with David Loy about the connections between Christian counseling, justification, and the distinction between law and gospel
ICYMI: Kent Burreson, “An Apprenticeship in Faith”Kent Burreson's latest thoughts on faith formation, the adult catechumenate, and congregational education