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THE BIBLICAL MIND
By Caroline Smiley and Kyle Worley & Dr. Dru Johnson on March 25, 2022
To find your place in the story of Scripture, you have to understand the story and then how the story…
By Dr. Benjamin J. Noonan & Dr. Dru Johnson on March 18, 2022
Rituals aren’t mechanistic activities with immediate results. In Scripture, sacred rituals gradually shape people for particular purposes.
By Dr. Matthew A. LaPine & Dr. Dru Johnson on March 11, 2022
Matthew LaPine describes how he guides others through their doubts, which often stem from struggles with mental health and other life crises.
By Danielle Parish & Dr. Dru Johnson on March 4, 2022
To understand biblical texts—including how to love your enemies—we should learn something about the places in which the events they describe occurred.
By Dr. Alan Noble & Dr. Dru Johnson on February 25, 2022
One of the most countercultural sentences comes from the Heidelberg Catechism: our only comfort in life and death is that…
By Dr. Elizabeth Mburu & Dr. Dru Johnson on February 18, 2022
Where you are situated in time and space affects how you interpret the world. This cultural, geographical, and historical consciousness…
By Aaron L. Griffith & Dr. Dru Johnson on February 11, 2022
In the latter half of 20th century, the evangelical community’s developing attitudes toward crime and punishment overlapped with the increasingly…
By Rachael and Jacob Denhollander & Dr. Dru Johnson on February 4, 2022
This week, Rachael and Jacob Denhollander joined the podcast to discuss what reconciliation and restoration can look like following horrific…
Part of the Repentance and Reconciliation in Scripture series
By Dr. Jacob Onyumbe Wenyi & Dr. Dru Johnson on January 27, 2022
Dr. Onyumbe Wenyi explains how the violence in the book of Nahum connects directly to the experiences of people in the Congo.
By Dr. Anthony Bradley & Dr. Dru Johnson on January 21, 2022
Reconciliation in practice involves local communities acknowledging the wrongs of their particular pasts and figuring out how to move forward—…
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