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. … Read more
Dr. Matthew Burford interviews Jay Watts from Merely Human Ministries. The impetus here is the Pro-Life argument and how to properly argue for that position in a positive light. Questions … Read more
What is Race, White Fragility, Ethnicity, and Christianity have to do with each other. Matt Burford, Drs. Neil Shenvi, Calvin Bell, Keelan Adams, & Tameka Moment are gathered together in … Read more
The work of Dallas Willard has been a great source of understanding for me in this. Willard draws from Aristotelian ideas of virtue formation to help us do this. For Aristotle, one of the key means to become a virtuous person is to do the things that virtuous people do. As Christians, if we want to see the world as the Triune God does, then we should try to do the things that Jesus did.
Neil Shenvi joins us on our podcast to talk about Intersectionality, Critical Theory, and Critical Race Theory. How should we think about these theories and can we use them in … Read more
With Christians, Dallas Willard made the case in multiple places that discipleship is too often treated as an optional good for those who are really committed. The mindset is that actually living out the principles of the Sermon on the Mount are only for those “super-Christians”, clergy, or even no one, showing us how far we are from God.
In the previous blog, we looked quickly at what I think are decent reasons for unbelievers to be skeptical about faith—specifically about the relationship between faith and publicly available evidence. … Read more