Christianity Today published Craig’s article, “When Jesus Wanted All my Money,” at http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2015/may/when-jesus-wanted-all-my-money.html. It was supposed to be about a verse that impacted him, so he chose Luke 12:33 and developed it in light of a theme that runs throughout Luke’s Gospel, sharing also how it impacted him.
In its ordered, schematic way, Genesis 1 sketches God’s power, his creativity, his brilliant design, and his loving and careful delight in what he has created. His power is easily evident. God simply speaks, and the variety of things spring into being, generally from less to more complex. Moreover, God then gives his creation a […]
“Wrap up your garment for action. Get up and tell them everything that I myself command you. Don’t be scared of them … Today I myself have established you like a fortified city, an iron pillar or a bronze wall against the entire land—against the kings of Judah, its leaders, its priests and the land’s […]
Michael O’Neill interviews Craig on Radio Maria (Catholic radio) for Miracle Hunter, at http://radiomaria.us/april-21-2015-dr-craig-s-keener/. The interview proper starts at 11.30 in the broadcast. The interview includes questions about miracles but also about the historical reliability of the Gospels and Acts.
Craig (allowing remarriage) and Andrew Cornes (opposing it) had a friendly dialogue in “Up for Debate” on Moody Radio on Saturday, May 2, 2015: http://www.moodyradio.org/Up-for-Debate/2015/2015-05-02—How-Should-Christians-View-Divorce—Remarriage-/
There are different definitions of once-saved-always-saved, and in this post I am challenging only one version. The point is not to make Christians nervous about their salvation; biblical writers assure Christians who have been persevering that they will persevere (Phil 1:5-7; Heb 6:9-10). The point is to recognize that apostasy is possible and that it […]