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Overthinking Christian

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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Ten Problems Plaguing Modern Christianity

‘Does the OT Portray a God of Wrath?’ A Conversation with Ed Gallagher

I had the great honor of asking Dr. Ed Gallagher (Associate Professor of Christian Scripture, Heritage Christian University) a few questions regarding the role of the Old Testament (OT) in the lives of believers. My questions are in bold.  ... Continue Reading →

Who are ‘the Least of These’ in Matthew 25? (Alex Finkelson)

Who are the Sheep and Goats? The question of how should we interpret ἀδελφός [adelphos, 'brother' in Greek] in the New Testament comes to a head in Jesus' parable of the Sheep and the Goats. As the parable is popularly... Continue Reading →

Kent Yinger on the New Perspective on Paul (interview)

I had the great honor of asking Dr. Kent Yinger (Retired Professor of New Testament, Portland Seminary of Georgefox) a few questions regarding the New Perspective on Paul (NPP). Dr. Yinger is the author of The New Perspective on Paul: An... Continue Reading →

Approaching the Book of Job: a Conversation with Kyle Dunham

  I had the honor of asking Dr. Kyle C. Dunham (author of The Pious Sage in Job) a few questions regarding the book of Job, and how Christians and modern laypeople can best understand this ancient text. My questions are... Continue Reading →

Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God, Brian Zahnd (book review)

The question of there being discontinuity between the Old Testament (OT) and the New Testament (NT) is an important one, and is not at all a new discussion. Certain questions plague many Christians, such as the following: Does the OT... Continue Reading →

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