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August 08th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Psalms Part One

Psalms! There’s over 150 of them marked in the book by the same name in the Old Testament. How can we read them? Are they […]

August 04th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Job

Job, as a literary and biblical figure, gives us a lot to think about. He goes from riches to rags to riches again. He loses […]

July 31st, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Maxwell Institute Podcast #146: God’s Original Grace, with Adam Miller

In Original Grace, Adam S. Miller proposes an experiment in Restoration thinking: What if instead of implicitly affirming the traditional logic of original sin, we, as members […]

July 28th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Abide: Esther

Can one be directed by God when one doesn’t know that one is being directed? The answer, of course, is yes. We learn about how […]

July 27th, 2022 | by The Maxwell Institute

Maxwell Institute Podcast #145: The Idea of the “Heathen” with Kathryn Gin Lum

If an eighteenth-century cleric told you that the difference between “civilization and heathenism is sky-high and star-far,” the words would hardly come as a shock. But […]

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