The Rev. Dr. Steve Harper encourages us not to use social distancing as an excuse to close ourselves off spiritually when the world needs our witness of hope.
At the bottom of the so-called “slippery slope” of evangelicalism is a new creation through Christ, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
LGBTQ+ people deserve pastoral care from Christians, who must take the first steps in getting to know them, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
Wherever we go to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ, we must acknowledge that God is already there, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
United Methodist differences over human sexuality may be better understood by whether we view our knowledge in the context of mastery that closes off inquiry or mystery that lives in ever-changing journey, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. holiday prompts Dr. Steve Harper to dream of myriad ways to achieve MLK’s “beloved community.”
Our new axial age is transforming knowledge in numerous places. Suffice it to say that it is this larger reality (not the authority of Scripture) which provides the backdrop for the question, “What’s going on?” writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper
The Rev. Dr. Steve Harper kicks off a new series by alumni of Asbury Theological Seminary on how their faith journeys led them to acceptance of LGBTQ+ people.
To understand Paul’s full meaning in Romans 1:18-32, it’s necessary to understand the culture that surrounded new Christians, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
Listening for God’s voice in the here and now can bring us to a state of “unitive consciousness,” the awareness that everything belongs and there is no exclusion, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.