Obedience. It is not a word I particularly like. If I’m honest, it makes me squirm a little bit. But I’ve been challenged recently to re-think some of my assumptions about this uncomfortable word.
I taught out of John 15 recently. The danger of teaching is that sometimes God wants to teach you something. John 15 is . . . → Read More: Obedience, it’s better than it sounds
The title may be a little hyperbolic. To my knowledge, Meat Loaf hasn’t directly discussed Biblical hermeneutics.
He has however delivered a very helpful short lecture on how to interpret his song, “I will do anything for love (but I won’t do that)”.
Apparently, he gets asked all the time, what is “that” – what is it . . . → Read More: Meat Loaf on reading the Bible
I love this ad! Strangely, it helps me read the bible better. Stick with me on this one.
On one level, this ad works because everyone likes to see a guy in tights and leg-warmers dance around to a big 80s rock-ballad. What’s not to love?! But its humour works at another level also. For those who . . . → Read More: What a feeling! The joy of inter-textuality