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Protected by God?

During his inaugural address President Trump stated that “we are protected by God”. But, is that true? What does it mean? 857 more words

Theology

Inductive Bible Study

*Disclaimer: I received this book from B&H Publishers in exchange for an honest review.

Have you ever wondered the necessary steps to go from simply reading a passage given in the Bible to studying the words in the depth and breadth in which they were written? 492 more words

Christianity

Donald Trump, the Biblical Interpreter

Anyone who reads this blogs regularly will know that I’m constantly preaching about how important the Bible is in the western world, and how much we need to understand it. 798 more words

Theology

Watch Logos Mobile Ed Lectures for Free

Logos has been putting put Mobile Ed(ucation) videos lectures for a few years now. The purpose of m.Ed is to give you a new theological education where the people behind Logos have edited down scholars’ lectures “into digestible segments.” Each lecture is fused into your Logos library with a smart transcript. 1,281 more words

Biblical Studies

Recommended Reading: January 21

If you read one article this week, engage My Question for Millennials Who Are “Over” Church by Aaron Armstrong.

For those of you with additional reading time this Saturday, check out the following selections, gathered (as always) from around the blogging world. 163 more words

Theology

Changing Our Mind (David P. Gushee)

(Read the Spirit Books, 2015)

The LGBT discussion is arguably the most divisive hot-button topic in the Church today. In Changing our Mind, Dr. David P. 870 more words

Christian Living

Scripture and the Authority of God (N.T. Wright)

(HarperCollins Publishers, 2013)

Scripture and the Authority of God: How to Read the Bible Today by New Testament scholar N.T. Wright defines Scripture’s authority as “God at work powerfully through Scripture to bring about the Kingdom, by calling and shaping a new covenant people and equipping its leaders to be teachers and preachers” (65-66). 642 more words

Theology