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Recommended Readings: March 21-27

If you read one article this week, engage Can Christian’s Practice Yoga? by Laura Norris.

For those of you with more time to read this fine spring weekend, consider reading the following suggestions. 146 more words


The Sermon on the Mount: A Message for Jesus’ Disciples- Part 1

Most of us have heard numerous messages on The Sermon on the Mount. Emphasis tends to be placed on the beatitudes (“Blessed are…”) and debates arise about whether it’s “blessed are the poor” or “blessed are the poor… 982 more words


What Is Holiness?

What Is Holiness? With Dr. John Oswalt (my friend and theological mentor).

Biblical Studies

Some biblical authors viewed God as having the ability to deceive, others did not

Do the Biblical authors agree on who God is? In many cases they do, in others they do not.

Most biblical scholars say that the Bible was written by a diverse group of people with differing views and opinions about political and social issues (one only need look at some of the differences between the Hebrew Bible with it’s nationalistic focus, to the New Testaments pacifist ethics.) 49 more words

Biblical Studies

Student and Scholar Spotlight: Dr. Robert Myles

​Dr ​Robert Myles is​ a Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Auckland. He received his PhD in Theology from the University of Auckland in 2013 and recently was  a Visiting Scholar at the University of Sheffield in the UK.  1,432 more words

New Testament

"The Bible: So Misunderstood It's a Sin" by Kurt Eichenwald in Newsweek

A friend sent me a link to this article about the Bible and biblical illiteracy among evangelicals today from the January 2015 issue of Newsweek… 508 more words

Church History