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Christianity Today Coverage
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February 11, 2015
my thoughts about thinking about violence in the Bible: a counterpoint
February 02, 2015
Canaanite genocide: it’s OK because it wasn’t THAT bad (was it?)
January 26, 2015
the Canaanites weren’t the “worst sinners ever”: engaging Copan and Flannagan on Canaanite extermination
August 07, 2014
want to read an excerpt from The Bible Tells Me So? (of course you do)
October 18, 2013
the best way of getting out of the whole Canaanite genocide thing, and it comes right from the Bible (but you may not like it)
September 08, 2013
A nuclear, apocalyptic, smackdown, world-ending book on biblical inerrancy is [not] coming soon
July 29, 2013
Christians and the Old Testament: don’t expect Jesus to solve your problems (or do; it depends)
June 14, 2013
A Quick Word on Two New Books on (1) Evolution and (2) God’s Violence
April 28, 2013
On Creation and Killing Canaanites: One Simple, Hardly Worth Mentioning (but I feel that I should) Thought
February 05, 2013
Learning to Read the Bible Nonviolently
February 04, 2013
When the Bible Sanctions Violence, Must We?
February 01, 2013
When the “Good Book” is Bad: Challenging the Bible’s Violent Portrayals of God
October 11, 2012
Has John Piper Changed his Mind about “It’s Right for God to Slaughter Women and Children Anytime He Pleases”? (I’m just asking because the page is missing)
October 05, 2012
Brian McLaren’s “Toward the Other” (Christianity ≠ Hating People)
July 30, 2012
And Brief (and let’s hope final, but If I know me probably not) Comment on God’s Violence in the Old Testament
July 24, 2012
“God Lets His Children Tell the Story”: An Angle on God’s Violence in the Old Testament
July 23, 2012
Scripture is not Perfect: More from Kent Sparks and “Sacred Word, Broken Word”
July 19, 2012
Children and Virgins as Spoils of War and the Character of God
July 17, 2012
John Piper on Why “It’s Right for God to Slaughter Women and Children Anytime He Pleases” and Why I Have Some Major Problems with That
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