Since the late 1500’s our calendars have been divided into two great epochs: A.D. which stands for anno domini or “year of the
As a follow-up to my last article about "missing" or "added" verses in the New Testament, I'm posting this video from Daniel Wallace.
Since I’ve been preaching through the Gospel of Mark for about nine months total (with a few weeks off here and there) I
Womanhood and Biblical Interpretation Rachel Held Evans has been making the rounds on television promoting her new book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood:
Followers of Christ are supposed to be holy people. And in one sense, we already are. Christ has become for us, “wisdom from
Mention the word “indoctrinate” these days and you’ll probably get varied responses. Those of a more conservative political bent are likely to envision
This week U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock is being thrashed by the media and abandoned by fellow Republicans for saying that pregnancies resulting
Two events coalesced this week that set my mind on a particular issue. The events were Columbus Day and the ongoing presidential race.
“All Scripture is breathed out by God…” (2 Timothy 3:16) writes the Apostle Paul. Peter tells us that in the writing of the
Some of you have probably already seen the news report: apparently, Jesus had a wife. Sort of. A well-known scholar from Harvard University,