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THE BIBLICAL MIND
By Dr. Ryan O’Dowd on June 8, 2022
You have probably seen a version of this commercial. The first one I watched shows a man take a bite…
Part of the Purifying Ourselves: Moral Formation in the Bible series
By Dr. Matthew A. LaPine on May 25, 2022
Lamentations is a gift to soothe our personal griefs and secure our membership in a cloud of suffering witnesses to the faithfulness of God.
By Arthur Keefer on May 19, 2022
We may take for granted that characters in the Book of Genesis, as in many stories, each manifest certain desires,…
By Philip T. Morrow on May 11, 2022
How much of our worship is “biblical”? Is worship in the Bible even a good barometer for evaluating worship practices?
By Heather Burrow on April 27, 2022
The honorable Zilpah and Bilhah stand in the shadows of their mistresses Leah and Rachel and have been undeservedly unremembered.
By Dr. Michael Rhodes on April 20, 2022
The gift of discipleship carries with it the task of actively and strenuously seeking to become the disciples God desires.
By Dr. Michael LeFebvre on April 13, 2022
The recent invasion of Ukraine by order of Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has confronted the world with heartbreaking images of…
By Justin R. Hawkins on March 30, 2022
Leon Kass and Hannah MandelbaumReading Ruth: Birth, Redemption, and the Way of Israel Paul Dry Books, 2021. The making of…
By Dr. Trevor Laurence on March 23, 2022
The theological coherence and moral intelligibility of the imprecatory psalms is grounded in the story within which they prayerfully participate.
By Rabbi Shalom Carmy on March 15, 2022
The modern tendency toward inwardness makes it more difficult to grasp the substance of biblical repentance, which does insist upon actions.
Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series
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