Books of the Bible: Jobs

Books of the Bible: Jobs


Quinn G. Caldwell

They call it l'esprit de l'escalier.  It's French for "the spirit of the stairs," or more to the point, "the stair wit."

Silence is Golden!

Richard L. Floyd

I was taught never to say, "Shut up!" It was considered rude. So I still don't.

Wisdom, Like

Mary Luti

There's wisdom that comes with growing old.

Art, Unseen

Quinn G. Caldwell

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that one of the great things about art is that it is not, strictly speaking, needed.


John A. Nelson

Doctrinal cross-examination leads us into a fog of seeming rationality that actually obscures the Creator.

Monsters in the Woods

Donna Schaper

"You will have a covenant with the stones of the field, and the wild animals will be at peace with you."


Quinn G. Caldwell

Job. Few people in the Bible are more eloquent or, frankly, more right in what they're saying.  

Christians in the Wild

Quinn G. Caldwell

People leave the church all the time.  Some think of them as lost; some talk about them as lapsed.  But what if what they really are is…feral?  And what if it’s God who made them that way?

Keep Asking Questions

Will Hagenbuch

Do we give God enough credit when it comes to asking questions? Too often we bail on God too soon.

Keep the Paradox

Martin B. Copenhaver

In Jesus the distant and majestic creator of the heavens and the earth becomes Emmanuel, that is, "God with us."