In the past, I have shared tools that I use to help me read the Bible. The tools really do
Maybe it has been ongoing for centuries, but atrocities against Scripture seems to be a norm in today’s contemporary church.
A recent conversation got me concerned. The ideas were not new to me, but what was interesting was the volley
The Unjust Steward. Source Wikipedia. One biblical passage that seems to stump people is from Luke 16:1-14 (see below), where
A depressed man once randomly opened the Bible for God’s will for his life. A verse caught his eye “And
Are Christians supposed to be “peculiar people?” At first blush this might seem true, and it is in some ways
We already talked about description vs. prescription. I want to give you a good example of this thinking in process.
These “big thoughts on Christianity” have been rattling around in my head. These are areas in my life that I have been
I have heard said that “knowledge puffeth up, so we should not study the Bible,” it causes pride and we
In a previous post I talk about some very important techniques when one is trying to exegesis Scripture. One of