A Theology of Man

A World to Work and Watch

Last year, my husband and I were sent on a trip to the Holy Land. It felt surreal to walk along the shore of the Sea of Galilee, knowing that Jesus might have walked in the same spot a few thousand years ago. I found myself envisioning Jesus everywhere we went, trying to figure out… Continue reading A World to Work and Watch

The Offices of Christ

Christ as Sole Mediator

From the beginning, God intended for humankind to be in a relationship with Himself. Adam and Eve enjoyed perfect communion with God in a sinless and perfect world while they lived in the Garden of Eden. Then one day, Adam and Eve chose to forsake their relationship with God to pursue their sin. This tragic… Continue reading Christ as Sole Mediator

A Theology of Relationships

Marriage: Our God-Given Roles

In part one of our week on marriage, we examined the biblical purpose and design of marriage. In part two, we will look at the roles assigned by God within marriage. God’s Assigned Roles Within Marriage In order for the metaphor of Christ and the Church to accurately display the Gospel, there have to be… Continue reading Marriage: Our God-Given Roles

A Theology of Relationships

Marriage: Designed for a Purpose

In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. He created day and night. He created the plants and the animals. He then created mankind, both male and female, and He gifted them with marriage (Gen. 1-2). Marriage was God’s idea from the very beginning. However, thousands of years later, we find ourselves in… Continue reading Marriage: Designed for a Purpose