I am a pretty good cook. I loved making Christmas dinner for my family in my newly remodeled kitchen a few weeks ago. The turkey and ham were moist and everything tasted good. But my son is a chef. His... Continue Reading →
by Doug Kennard, PhD John Meier (A Marginal Jew, vol. 5) shocked the world of historical Jesus scholars restricting Jesus’s historical parables to four (Mustard Seed, Dinner Party, Talents, and Leased Vineyard). Usually skeptics in the Jesus seminar (e.g.,... Continue Reading →
One reason for the lack of faith engagement is that many of the institutions that train faith leaders do not offer educational opportunities on creation care from a theological or practical ministry perspective.