Peterson’s language is spookily similar to Lewis’s lecture as published in The Discarded Image. Peterson argues that since the Enlightenment, we have sought to force the world as a “forum for action” entirely within the subjective realm and placing science, or how we know the “forum of things” as the supreme epistemology.
Archaeology is not quite like Indiana Jones. It’s actually better! Many times archaeology clarifies the text of the Bible and helps us investigate the stories in our ancient and texts. Archaeology also emboldens our faith, because unlike other faith traditions, … Read more
HISTORY AFFIRMS A KEY EVENT IN THE CHRISTMAS STORY Luke’s Gospel is a great wealth of historical information. In his opening words, he states: Inasmuch as many have taken in hand to set in order a narrative of those things … Read more
Who was Adam and just how long ago did he live? Or did he live at all? How do we make sense of the historical questions surrounding the first man? All these are great questions, and Matt got to catch … Read more
An interview with Rod Dreher In this interview we discuss with Rod Dreher his new book Live Not by Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents. How are we to navigate the terrain of a constantly shifting culture that is increasingly … Read more
Host: Matthew BurfordGuest: Michael McDonald Matthew Burford gets a chance to interview Michael McDonald of the famed Bible Project. Michael McDonald is Director of Strategic Relationships for BibleProject. If you haven’t seen any of the Bible Project videos, you should … Read more
What is the Atonement? How does the death of Jesus acquire our forgiveness? Is it about forgiveness at all? Christus Victor, Substitution, New Adam?What has Jesus done for us? Take a listen as Matt interviews Joshua M. McNall as he … Read more