A recent article by a former editor of the Straits Times in Singapore caused some interest related to the spike of Covid-19 infections, especially those related to the B1.617 variant. Of interest to Christians is the author’s reference to thymos or thumos, a
This article is aimed mainly at Christian leaders, educators and theologians. But I hope that as they are called to account, thoughtful Christians will also come to a deeper appreciation of the church and a higher expectation of its leadership.
How should Christians understand and view the arts? SINCE the Reformation in the 16th century, when leaders of the church destroyed statues and other works of art to stem out and prevent idolatry, Protestant Christianity has always been suspicious of the
The Bible does speak about meditation. It basically means thinking about God and His Word in His presence. We can look at a few verses that shed some light. Biblical Meditation The Old Testament patriarch Isaac once “went out to
Author: Dr. Roland Chia On September 2019, my wife and I attended a Sunday service at the famous Thomaskirche in Leipzig. As expected of a church whose fame is largely owed to its most celebrated choir director, the great Johann Sebastian Bach,
Author: Dr Billy Kristanto Music can be said to be a universal language that every society cannot live without. Whether simple or complex, music has been proven to be one of the most beautiful gifts from God to humankind. We can
Since the late 1880s, interaction between cinema and the church has been both colorful and engaging. In the last ninety years, the church’s reception of film has shifted from hostility and rejection to acceptance. Today, the use of films as