Genesis 1

Book Excerpts
Dec 1, 2012
Klaus D. Issler
Jesus Values Business In this excerpt from his book, Living into the Life of Jesus, Dr. Klaus Issler explores a biblical view of work and the frequent gap between Sunday and Monday.
Faith & Work
Dec 1, 2012
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Work for the Master We might even dream of a day when we no longer “have to work,” envisioning a future state in which we cry no more and work no more. Yet the latter is not God’s ideal for us....
Chapel
Nov 30, 2012
Elliot E. JohnsonElliot E. JohnsonNathan D. HolsteenNathan D. HolsteenRobert B. ChisholmRobert B. Chisholm
The Importance of the Historical Adam Dr. Mark Yarbrough, Dr. Elliott Johnson, Dr. Nathan Holsteen, Dr. Bob Chisholm, and Dr. Darrell Bock, discuss the historical Adam.
Book Excerpts
Mar 15, 2012
Jimmy Davis
Cruciform: Living the Cross-Shaped Life Chapter 1. Introduction Cruciform Cathedrals Those grand and glorious cathedrals built in the Middle Ages may have something to teach us about the way we live the Christian...
Book Excerpts
Mar 3, 2012
John DyerJohn Dyer
From the Garden to the City: the Redeeming and Corrupting Power of Technology This is an excerpt from From the Garden to the City, published by Kregel Publications, 2011. Chapter 3: Reflection If you’ve ever tried to learn any computer...
Stories
Apr 1, 2010
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Good Migrations? A Conversation about Emigrating An interview with Dr. Michael Pocock, who emigrated from the UK to the US in his teens. In this conversation he talks about having a biblical view of people migrations.
Article
Mar 1, 2009
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
The Thinker and the Previous Thought         There’s an old axiom: “Wherever there is a thing, there must have been a preceding thought. And where there is a thought, there must have been a thinker.”
Article
Nov 1, 2008
The Call to Care

The Earth Is the LORD's …

Environmental stewardship lies deeply rooted in our belief system. Stewardship of the planet and its creatures is part of humanity's...

Public Square
Sep 11, 2007
Michael PocockMichael Pocock
Good Migrations?: Immigration Q&A with Dr. Michael Pocock As immigration policy continues to be a hotly debated issue, read as Dr. Michael Pocock, Senior Professor Emeritus of World Missions and Intercultural Studies at DTS, suggests a...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Clearing the Muddy Waters A recent United Nations report predicted that severe and potentially irreversible damage to the environment will occur by the year 2032—most of it in developing countries. As...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Cloning, Stem-Cell Research and the Bible THE GENETIC REVOLUTION MAY HAVE BEGUN in the twentieth century, but its impact will be felt mostly in the twenty-first century. Meanwhile, as knowledge in genetics doubles every...
Public Square
Jul 7, 2006
Ramesh RichardRamesh Richard
Divine Meaning in Natural Disaster On this rainy October day (8, 2005) in Costa Rica, I am overwhelmed as CNN scrolls news about natural disasters on several fronts...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Eugene H. MerrillEugene H. Merrill
In The Begining... The “Why” of Genesis 1–2 The most common, almost instinctual, reaction of people who read the first two chapters of Genesis has to do with the nature of the creation account. Did God create all things in...
Public Square
Jul 7, 2006
Sandra GlahnSandra Glahn
Why We Honor the Human Embryo My family gathered after our holiday feast to play Balderdash, a game in which players make up definitions for infrequently used words. The made-up definitions are thrown in with...
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
Julie Cramer
Extreme Makeover: The Exterior Have you ever felt overwhelmed by messages telling you to be thinner, richer, younger? What happened in the Garden of Eden holds the key to unlocking a healthy view of self—and...