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Owen Strachan (Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is Assistant Professor of Christian Theology and Church History at Boyce College. Previously, Strachan served as Managing Director of the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding at TEDS and was the founding Associate Director of the Jonathan Edwards Center at TEDS. He previously served as Editorial Assistant and Teaching Assistant to the President at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is married to Bethany and is the father of Ella and Gavin.
Hawthorne and his ilk may have lost their way in the woods, but the old paths are still good, and still lead to eternal rest.
Just because dead-tree publications are in trouble doesn't mean people have stopped wanting to read complex stories.
Be prepared to shed tears as you read these stem-winding articles.
Gospel hip-hop is here. It has broken through. It's edifying the church, it's influencing the culture, and, wow, it's moving units.
This page animates how I try to think and work in Christian ministry, how I teach systematic theology and church history, how I play with my kids, how I butter my toast.
Pastors don't realize how much we owe to our congregations, to the public, to learn how to use words rightly and skillfully and truthfully.
Trip Lee's fourth album offers a rich rich presentation of Godward pleasure, one grounded in a great and saving God.
What does the gospel look like applied to every specific area of the world?
If you've encountered prejudice, hardship, and injustice in some form, you can find some joy in this unlikely tale of unappreciated talent overcoming unjustly stacked odds. God seems to love pinning it all on an unknown, an upstart, the competitor who does not draw praise for its "ridiculous upside."
All of life matters to God; all of life, for the Christian, is God's.