I took another cat to the vet this morning, so this post is again relevant. . . . Galatians 5:2-12.
Apart from the grace of God, we too are villains, so let's love those well who sin different than us. . . . Romans 3:10-18.
As the people of God, Christians are called to represent Jesus to the world, which is why we must take the time to know Him rightly (Christologically orthodox) so we do not misrepresent Him to the world. . . . John 1:14; 1 John 4:15-17.
What does the movie Gran Torino teach us about evangelistic intercultural comunication? . . . Ephesians 2:14.
How does Raya and the Last Dragon show us a picture of the Gospel? . . . various texts.
What does historical fiction, Catholic saints, and our Christian table fellowship have in common? . . . Luke 14:12-14.
In their book, "The Mark of Jesus," Timothy George and John Woodbridge seek to convince us of the upmost importance of love and unity in the life of believers.
How can an episode of the Mandalorian inform our understanding of the Gospel? . . . Romans 6:11.
We should strive every day to be more loving than we were the day prior. . . . John 1:16.
If the theme of this blog is love, what's up with all the Bible exposition?