When you pray, does it often seem as though you are simply saying the same old things about the same old things? That kind of praying often leads to boredom and a constantly wandering mind in prayer. We’re persuaded that this kind of prayer is almost universal and causes people to believe, "I guess it's just me. There's something wrong with me. I guess I'm just a second-rate Christian." But there's a simple, permanent, biblical solution to this problem, a solution that can be understood and practiced by everyone.
Sometimes a wide-angle view adds to our appreciation of Scripture. We will run through all of Romans, trying to understand the broad contours of the argument and how that understanding can enrich our interpretation and application of this great letter.
Dr. Mike Bullmore dives deeper into Revelation by covering the topics "Pictures of Jesus in Revelation" and "What Should We Do With the Words of this Book?"
Dr. Tim Mackie, a Hebrew Bible Scholar and co-founder of The Bible Project, spoke on "The Making of the Bible." He answers where the Bible comes from and why should we care.
Can a "Christian right" and a "Christian left" both exist? What does the Bible say about our political engagement? Is it possible to have a deep disagreement over politics and genuine love—both at the same time?