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Our scope here is to rattle evangelical norms that threaten biblical norms (as well as pretend we are smarter and more "spiritual" than we actually are).

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Biblical Illiteracy

Philippians, the Gospel, & Human Suffering: An Interview with Nijay Gupta

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 →

What’s Wrong with a “Verse of the Day” theology?

A practice I picked up when I was much younger was to open my Bible up, place my finger on a verse, and take it as God's personal word for me for that day (something not too uncommon in some... Continue Reading →

Do We Read The Bible Like Thomas Jefferson?

One of the founding fathers of America, Thomas Jefferson, is infamous for taking a pair of scissors and cutting out certain Bible passages. He did so especially with the miracles of Jesus since they went against Jefferson's enlightenment worldview. While... Continue Reading →

How Some Christians View the Bible (video)

Below you will find a video that needs to be streamed in the West in our churches, Bible studies, seminaries, ect. A video that makes me feel guilty for what I have but don't value: God's very words. Please take... Continue Reading →

Kingship and Worship: A Lesson This Palm Sunday

If your churches are anything like the churches I grew up in, there will be a whole lot of palm leaves this Sunday being waved by (loud) singing children. There will be a tone of celebration and jubilee as worship... Continue Reading →

Biblical Illiteracy: What’s The Big Deal? Kevin Vanhoozer Responds

    I had the honor of conducting an interview with well-known and respected Theologian Kevin J Vanhoozer (Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical, Illinois) regarding if Biblical Illiteracy is indeed a problem in our churches. As his work... Continue Reading →

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