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He Descended to the Dead: Hope and Comfort on Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday lies in obscurity, its mysterious silence drowned out between the cry of dereliction and the joyful sound of "He has risen!" Many churches...

Should Christians “Put Out a Fleece” to Find God’s Will?

Christians should avoid superstitious approaches to spirituality and seek to be mature in their thinking about God’s will.

A Prayer for the Victims of the Covenant School Shooting

Yesterday we heard the tragic news of a school shooting in Nashville, TN at Covenant School, a private Christian school founded in 2001 as...

Q&As on the Mode of Baptism: Immersion, Pouring, and Sprinkling

Question 1. What is meant by the “mode” of baptism? A. The “mode” of baptism refers to the way or manner in which baptism is...

Todd Hains on Children’s Catechesis and Martin Luther

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1305259/12502043-todd-hains-on-children-s-catechesis-and-martin-luther.js?container_id=buzzsprout-player-12502043&player=small In this episode of the Holy Joys Podcast, Todd Hains, Associate Publisher at Lexham Press, joins Johnathan Arnold and David Fry to discuss children's...

Why Did God Destroy Sodom and Gomorrah?

Sexual sin is not the only reason that Scripture gives for the cities’ destruction; another sin of Sodom is in focus in Genesis and the prophets.

Spiritual Renewal at Asbury University

God is moving again at a place familiar to those of us in the Wesleyan-Methodist tradition. Following chapel service on Wednesday, February 8, students...

A Chart on the Fourfold Method of Biblical Interpretation

Download a PDF chart: "The Fourfold Method: Four Senses of Biblical Interpretation." How should we read and interpret the Bible? Modern hermeneutics (the study of...

The Wesleys Published An Entire Hymnal on the Lord’s Supper

If someone wrote a hymn on the Lord's Supper, you might think, "Wow, the Lord's Supper is really important to them." If they wrote...

“Christmas” Means “the Lord’s Supper on Christ’s Day”

Christmas is a day set apart by the church to celebrate Christ’s birth, primarily by sharing the Lord’s Supper.