In the second part of his holiday treatise, Charlie Baber finds Arius still arguing neo-Platonic ideas about Jesus, while Athanasius swings in with a godly rebuttal.
Think the so-called “war on Christmas” is a new thing? Think again, say the Wesley Bros, who dramatize the first such dispute over Christmas among church fathers.
Charles Wesley wrote the original version, but it’s George Whitefield’s remix that has come down to us through generations, writes Charlie Baber.
Christ the King Sunday on Nov. 26 marks the end of the Christian year, so the Wesley Bros are celebrating the contributions of saints down through the centuries.
The Wesley Bros (and their creator) are serious – prayer should always move us to action, because accommodating evil is not an option for Jesus’ followers.
After 500 years of the Reformation, the Wesley Bros pay tribute to the many reformers – especially the “ordinary folks” like us – who have worked to change the Church for the better.
The Wesley Bros acknowledge the far-reaching impact of Martin Luther’s protest 500 years ago.
In pure Southern cookin’ fashion, the Wesley Bros. explain John’s Three General Rules for today’s United Methodists.
Wesley Bros. tackles a touchy subject – how Christians ought to use money.
With this column, we happily welcome to United Methodist Insight a new feature, The Wesley Bros., a popular online cartoon by Charlie Baber. This week: Directions for Singing