Posts in Whatley Hamilton
Why Christians Should Study the Old Testament More

I often have this perspective that as a Christian, I need to always be diving into the New Testament. I mean it makes sense; that is where the Christian tradition begins. It contains stories about the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, the formation of the Church, and the struggles the early Church faced in its first centuries of existence. But this tradition is based and built off of the text in the Old Testament.

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To the Girl Who is Intimidated of a Public Christian Life

Often times, you only hear about solid Christian women who are so open about her relationship with Jesus. She is exposed, vulnerable, deep, and zealous about displaying her love for Jesus and the Bible. For me, a lot of this had to do with their presence on social media—girls openly identifying as faithful Christians, whether their public display of their faith was truthful or not.

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Why Christian Women Should Celebrate International Day of the Girl

The Bible has a long, tangled, and complicated relationship with women within the scriptures. Passages and characters can serve as the fundamental argument for those who interpret women as somewhat less than men in any sort of capacity, such as the creation of man and woman, excerpts in Paul’s letters, and Old Testament depictions of women. The issue of women and leadership in biblical interpretation and in the church is still an extremely debated topic today.

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Finding Sacred Rest

In the 21st century, we live in a world of go, go, go. When we aren’t trying to go through the day-to-day motions of life, we are quick to try to find something to fill in the empty space. We constantly plan for the future, evaluating our each and every decision while wondering the outcomes and consequences of them, only to be left with unsatisfactory results.

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