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Can You Understand Scripture without Background Knowledge?

Amy Gabriel talks with Dru about the role of background knowledge in helping us understand Scripture—and whether it is necessary.

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The ‘New Christian Zionism’ Isn’t Dispensationalism (Gerry McDermott)

What is the biblical relationship between Christians and the Jewish community? Dr. Gerry McDermott wades through the tough topics of…


Lament, Moral Injury, and the Dark Parts of Scripture (Dr. Jill Firth)

In this episode, Dr. Jill Firth discusses the issue of moral injury and its relation to the prophet Jeremiah and the lament psalms.

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Until All the Psalms Are Sung Again (Poor Bishop Hooper)

We all need God’s word, and we need it desperately—this is why Jesse and Leah Roberts embarked on EveryPsalm, a…

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Jesus Shows That God and Humans Are a Good Match (Lucy Peppiatt)

Dr. Lucy Peppiatt explains how Jesus and the Incarnation astonishingly reveal that God and humans are meant to unite.

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If Christians Read Scripture Like Jews Do (Ari Lamm)

Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm encourages Christians to read Scripture the way he learned as an Orthodox Jew: asking questions and inviting challenge.

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How ‘Christianese’ Is Like Corporate Jargon (Valerie Hobbs)

Linguist Dr. Valerie Hobbs discusses the definitions religious language, “Christianese,” and how it trickles into corporate discourse.

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The Church’s Alarming Neglect of the Old Testament (Brent Strawn)

Americans Christians barely read the Old Testament. Brent Strawn suggests a way forward to overcome this growing issue.

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On Whether There Is Sacred Music (Delvyn Case)

Why do we think of some music as sacred music and some music as secular? Delvyn Case discusses how Christians view music.

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How to Enjoy Reading the Bible (Matthew Mullins)

To enjoy the Bible, Dr. Matthew Mullins wants us to read the it the way we read other great works of literature.