Green Lantern

It seems as though all the recent superhero movies begin with theology. Green Lantern is no exception: the opening monologue speaks of a race of immortals who oversee and work to protect the universe. If that isn’t theology, nothing is. I suspect that many of us who are not regular readers of classic comic books [Read More...]

The Future of the Impressive Personal Library

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Jerusalem and Israel: An Aerial View

This trailer for an upcoming IMAX movie about Jerusalem gives an aerial view of a number of major sites. I hope it will generate enthusiasm among students for the Israel trip I’ll be leading in May! [vimeo]http://vimeo.com/15034110[/vimeo] I definitely recommend clicking the “full screen” button! Also potentially of interest is the video blog, The Jerusalem [Read More...]

Twisting the Bible (and my Op-Ed) in the Interest of Young-Earth Creationism: A Response to a Response

There was a letter to the editor written by Tim Huggins, responding to my own op-ed piece in the Indianapolis Star recently. Below I will include the text of that letter, interspersed with comments and responses from me: In his Jan. 21 My View, Butler University professor James McGrath presented his argument that young earth creationism [Read More...]

Pete Enns, The Evolution of Adam: Introduction

Exploring Our Matrix is one of several blogs that is participating in the Pete Enns blog tour, which means this week we will be reviewing¬†Peter Enns, The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible Does and Doesn’t Say about Human Origins (Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2012). Visit the blog tour hub page to find out which other [Read More...]

Some Literalists Don’t Give a Fig

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