Judges is a rather dark and gloomy narrative about how God’s people simply cannot get it right: stuck in the vicious cycle of “doing evil in the sight of Yahweh,” God sending nations to oppress the Israelites, and then God’s... Continue Reading →
I had the great honor of asking Nijay K. Gupta, a prolific author and highly respected New Testament scholar, some questions related to Paul, the gospel, and Philippians. Gupta is the author of Paul and the Language of Faith (2020, forward... Continue Reading →
Michael F. Bird was kind enough to answer some of my questions on the essence of the gospel and modern perceptions of the good news about Jesus. (See here for the first interview in this series with Darrell Bock.) Michael... Continue Reading →
My friend Daron George was kind enough to answer some questions regarding the black experience in America and how the church (particularly white evangelicals) should respond. Associate and Student Ministries Pastor at Orlando North (Altamonte Springs, Florida), Daron's passion... Continue Reading →
My friend and colleague, pastor Tim Stobbe (senior pastor, WayPoint Church, WA) was kind enough to answer some questions related to his experience of pastoring during the lock-down, how it affected him and his congregation. Tim has been a pastor... Continue Reading →
Pastor, teacher, and my friend Ramón De Suze was kind enough to answer some questions I had relating to race, his experience as a black man in America, and where the church ties in to all of this. My questions... Continue Reading →
I had the honor of asking respected scholar and prolific author Dr. Darrell Bock a few questions about what the good news is and isn't. Having authored over forty books (including numerous commentaries), Bock is the author of the soon-to-be... Continue Reading →
What does the Bible have to say about the "Black Lives Matter" and "All Lives Matter" Debate?