Understanding the Deep Structures of Scripture
The book of Amos has relevant critiques for the Christian nationalism on display in so much of the American church.
The late Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks left a profound moral and intellectual legacy both in and beyond the Jewish community.
Lack of Bible literacy and fluency is widespread—even among church-going Christians. Here’s what these terms mean and why they matter.
By Dr. David Beldman on February 10, 2021
The portrayal of Lady Wisdom in Job and Ecclesiastes shows that in times of suffering, wisdom can be elusive.
By Rabbi Rafi Eis on February 2, 2021
Yoram Hazony interprets the Bible as a divinely revealed book of reason, making it deeply relevant to understanding the human condition.
Part of the 6 Jewish Thinkers All Christians Should Know series
By Dr. Yosefa (Fogel) Wruble on January 27, 2021
Think you’re #blessed? In the Bible, blessings can be given from God to man, from man to God, and from man to man.
By Celina Durgin on January 21, 2021
Reflections at the close of this series.
Part of the A Gender Study: The Real Lives of Women and Men in the Bible series
By Dr. Jeffrey P. García on January 19, 2021
Women’s roles in first-century synagogues paint a complex picture of their authority and participation in ancient religious spaces.
By Dr. David Beldman on January 12, 2021
Dr. Beldman’s student Ingrid Bouma produced a series of eleven original paintings that together tell the biblical story.
Part of the Biblical Artist Series series
By Amy Gabriel on December 15, 2020
An apocalyptic thread is woven throughout all of salvation history, even through the Christmas story.
By Caio Peres on December 15, 2020
Violência encheu a terra e Deus apertou o botão de reiniciar. A estratégia de Deus para restaurar esse cosmo em…
By Caio Peres on December 9, 2020
In Genesis 37–50, the image of kingly humility and servanthood is not the lion of Judah, but a foreign widow.
Part of the Family Conflicts and the Restoration of the Cosmos series
By Dr. Dru Johnson on December 1, 2020
Alongside the bad men, there were bad women in the Bible who engaged their social and political powers to disobey God.
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