• A Theology of Limits: Kelly Kapic and You’re Only Human

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  • Holloman’s Top Books in 2021

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  • Church Membership and the Tough Cases: Reflections on Divorce and Remarriage

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A Theology of Limits: Kelly Kapic and You’re Only Human

W. Jackson Watts Kelly Kapic has distinguished himself as a prolific and accessible theologian over the last two decades. Longtime theology professor at Covenant College, a Presbyterian school in Georgia, Kapic is someone I’ve come to appreciate both on the page as well as in person. His latest book is another gem worth one’s time: You’re Only Human: How Your …

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Holloman’s Top Books in 2021

Rodney Holloman One of the difficulties accompanying some of my recent health issues has been in the areas of reading and concentration. Physically, it was tricky holding a book and turning the pages; mentally, it was a challenge to follow the train of thought. After 2020, I resolved to push through and try to regain some of that lost ground …

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Church Membership and the Tough Cases: Reflections on Divorce and Remarriage

W. Jackson Watts In a prior article I discussed the centrality of church membership to our evaluations of where we are as churches at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic. The truth is that church membership touches all aspects of church life and Christian experience. I have an exercise I often do when meeting with churches, leaders, and others who …

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Watts’ Top Books in 2021

W. Jackson Watts For the last two years I’ve set a goal of reading 52 books during the year. It’s ambitious, and admittedly, arbitrary. One book per week sounds like a plan, but when we consider the fact that some books can be read in an afternoon, while some require weeks, a goal of 52 is more indicative of a …

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Thompson’s Top Books in 2021

Cory Thompson One of the books that resonated with me the most this year was Cyprian of Carthage: His Life and Impact (Christian Focus, 2017) by Brian Arnold. I had very little knowledge about this early church father and his contribution, but this introductory book fueled my appetite to know and read more about Cyprian. At least two parts of …

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