Citing a Tweet

How do you cite a tweet in an academic paper? Or, how do you do so with the approval of said authorities? Begin the entry in the works-cited list with the author’s real name and, in parentheses, user name, if both are known and they differ. If only the user name is known, give it [Read More...]

King Jesus Gospel: What about justification?

I got this letter from a reader the other day. After the letter I offer a response. Hi Scot, I’ve spent the last 2 weeks (on vacation) pouring over King Jesus Gospel and OneLife…. I believe I’m on the same page with you in terms of the progression from the Eikons to Israel’s kings to [Read More...]

Texting and Relationships and Thinking

In my office the other day a student complained about his younger sibling, and then mentioned a roommate had the same experience with his younger sibling;  the point of said complaint was that the younger teens are addicted to texting and their cell phones. “They can’t live without them,” he observed. Which leads to Stephen [Read More...]

Why Cross and Resurrection? (RJS)

As we move through Lent and approach Easter it has become commonplace to have  questions  surrounding the historicity of the early Christian faith hit the news. This year James Tabor has once again hit the news (complete with forthcoming book and Discovery Channel “documentary”) with the purported discovery of a first century tomb in Jerusalem [Read More...]

Business People 2 (Michael Kruse)

This post is by Michael Kruse, and deals with how the church and business people need to work together. The business world frequently hinders our integration of faith with work but the church creates its own obstacles as well. We continue today with John Knapp’s How the Church Fails Businesspeople (and what can be done [Read More...]


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