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.
The great evangelist E. Stanley Jones’ need to liberate Christ from Christianity and the Church from British culture 100 years ago, and that same need is as great now as it was then, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
The Rev. Dr. Steve Harper explains the theological method by which he wrote his latest book, “Holy Love: A Biblical Theology for Human Sexuality.”
In an excerpt from his new book, “Holy Love,” the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper looks at how living a “singular life” in Christ makes monastics of all Christians.
The Rev. Dr. Steve Harper wonders why the Wesleyan Covenant Association isn’t pursuing a merger with the like-minded Wesleyan Church.
Certainty and conviction are not the same thing, and Christian faith is built on convictions about God’s will for humanity’s good, even when circumstances are uncertain, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
The contest about to take place at the 2019 General Conference is at heart a dispute about differing views of the church that has been going on since the 5th century, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
The Incarnation of Jesus made humans holy, but denying the sacred humanity in ourselves and others leads us into substituting inhumane evils for our divine identity, says the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper.
The death of Bernice Sandler, “the godmother of Title XI,” prompts the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper to ponder why so many Christian schools and colleges seek exemption from the law’s non-discrimination provisions.
Fear has infiltrated society and church, breeding nativism, elitism, racism, and discrimination that can only be overcome by practicing love, writes the Rev. Dr. Steve Harper