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Scot McKnight on Pauline Authorship

If you aren’t a Bible geek chances are you would be quite surprised to learn that the majority position in biblical scholarship is that Paul did not write all the letters in the New Testament that bear his name. 804 more words

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I remember my frustration with an assignment I had to complete in my first year of study at Cornerstone Institute (then Cornerstone Christian College) for my Cultural Anthropology class. 1,596 more words

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Scot McKnight Discusses Philemon and Colossians with OnScript

Scot McKnight is back, bringing a cosmic Christological vision and wisdom about how the church should handle the topics of slavery and racial reconciliation.

Listen to the full episode: Scot McKnight on OnScript… 106 more words

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Eerdmans Author Interviews: Scot McKnight on Philemon and Colossians

Scot McKnight is convinced Philemon and Colossians have powerful lessons for contemporary Christians. In this interview, McKnight takes a closer look at each book’s revolutionary message and, briefly, discusses the development of commentary writing since Bruce’s NICNT volume… 248 more words

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Not Your Father’s Book of Revelation

By Scot Mcknight

My generation’s fathers by and large read the Book of Revelation through the lens of premillennial tribulation-and-rapture debates, who was the antichrist, and if 1948’s rebirth of Israel was not the herald of the last generation before the return of Christ. 8 more words


Systemic Sexual Perversion in the Foundation of Willow Creek Commmunity Church

On March 23, 2018, along with the rest of the world, I found out about the allegations against Bill Hybels regarding sexual misconduct and abuse of power. 1,475 more words


Defining Biblical Love

Love – a word that gets used a lot, but what does it mean from a biblical perspective?

Jesus said to love God and neighbor are the greatest of all the commandments, all the laws of the prophets hinge on these two things. 172 more words