Lydia the Snail Farmer (Guest Post, Alan Molineaux)

Here is a guest post from web friend, Al Molineaux.  Connect with him on Twitter. _______________________________________________________ Mark Driscoll recently made a statement indicating that men should not be stay-at-home dads. He went on to inform his listeners that if anyone did to choose such a lifestyle they would face church discipline. Although the comments were [Read More…]

The Subtle Idolatry (Guest Post: Ray Hollenbech)

Once there was a man who was very good at his chosen profession. Although he was young everyone recognized that he was a rising star within his organization. One day he took a business trip. Before he arrived at his destination he unexpectedly encountered his arch-enemy along the road, and that enemy left him on [Read More…]

Dear Reader… Thinking Out Loud about Biblical Inspiration

Dear Reader… Today I want to do some thinking “out loud” about this question: What is so important about inerrancy? It seems to me that people want to hold on so tightly to this word, but that such a term is not helpful because it is often used dogmatically.  But before I get to that [Read More…]

Lost World of Genesis One – A visual introduction (Video Resource)

This week I had the opportunity to present the main ideas of John Walton’s The Lost World of Genesis One: ancient cosmology and the origins debate to my Old Testament Theology classmates.  I had a wonderful time talking about Genesis 1 and evolution issues and thought I’d share some of the slides with you.  I [Read More…]


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