Archives for Apr 20, 2017 @ 16:11

If the World were like the Good Samaritan’s

[Read more…]

The Case of the Missing Bodies of the Archbishops

Now resolved. It is a perfect Easter story – except, unlike Jesus’s empty tomb after the Resurrection, this tomb is crammed with the remains of former Archbishops of Canterbury. Last year, during the refurbishment of the Garden Museum, which is housed in a deconsecrated medieval parish church next to Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s [Read More…]

Thinking of a DMin Degree: Think the new Northern

A new cohort for the DMin in New Testament Context is taking shape, and I could not be more excited about who is enrolling. There is no DMin degree quite like this one and we are learning that pastors want this kind of contextual shaping kind of study of the New Testament. Think about joining [Read More…]

Consider the Devil(s) (RJS)

When my son was in third or fourth grade he gave a year end report on Tasmanian Devils (image credit). These are fascinating carnivorous marsupials now found only on on the Australian Island state of Tasmania. But it wasn’t all fun – there is a dark side to the tale of the Tasmanian Devil. They [Read More…]

Science is Always Changing?

If I’ve heard it once I’ve heard it one hundred times: “science is always changing.” The implication every time I’ve heard it is this: “So I don’t trust science.” The further implication is this: “So I trust Christian theology, the Bible, etc.” At the Houston BioLogos conference I had a short section in my presentation [Read More…]