Mary

Why Tomorrow, March 25, Is the Most Important Day in History

Why Tomorrow, March 25, Is the Most Important Day in History

We tend to assume that big problems require equally big solutions. You don't send a child to do a man's job. That would be foolish.If anybody should realize this, God should. It’s not like he needs a remedial course in being a divinity. He’s had all eternity to figure this stuff out. Nothing is his first rodeo.

The Plastic Jesus: Reshaping Christ to Meet Our Expectations

The Plastic Jesus: Reshaping Christ to Meet Our Expectations

When the twelve-year-old Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem while his parents headed home to Nazareth, He knew what He was doing. He knew that Mary and Joseph would assume that He was somewhere in the large crowd of family and friends who’d made the pilgrimage with them. He knew that eventually they’d realize He wasn’t in the group, and that they’d retrace their steps in search of their missing boy.

Two Pregnancies, One Hope

Two Pregnancies, One Hope

God is with His people. Not in a burning bush, not in a pillar of cloud, not riding on the chariot throne, not seated between the cherubim. The old things have passed away, and, behold, new things have come. The God who in days of old brought forth Eve from Adam’s flesh now brings forth the New Adam from the New Eve’s flesh. 

Four Reasons Why the Virgin Mary Deserves More Attention Among Protestants

Four Reasons Why the Virgin Mary Deserves More Attention Among Protestants

In the Bible-belt town where I grew up, the virgin Mary had her annual fifteen minutes of fame when December rolled around. You had your shepherds, your angels, and your young maiden kneeling beside the swaddled babe. But after the presents were unwrapped and the nativity brouhaha had quieted down, Mary drifted back into the shadows.