Vindicating the Vixens looks at female characters in the Bible who have often been judged, condemned, marginalized, ignored, or ridiculed, and shows how these women are actually presented by the text as heroes to emulate or examples to be followed.
If you have trouble with difficult and irregular Greek verbs, I recommend you get a copy of The Handy Guide to Difficult and Irregular Greek Verbs. I also have a free cheat sheet on my blog post, which you can download and start using today.
What if there was another way to defeat violent groups of people, other than with more violence? What if there was a better, godly ways to defeat violence? This is one of the questions we consider today from Jonah 3:6-8.
This is what we are going to learn about today, as we see how God brought the violent and evil empire of Assyria to its knees in sorrow and repentance. If you want to defeat evil, if you want to beat an evil empire, the best way is to follow the way of God, which is also the way of Jesus.
Bruxy Cavey recently published a book called (re)union. It presents the gospel in 30 words, showing many aspects of the gospel that few people know or understand. I asked him a few questions about his life, ministry, and theology. Read this post to hack the theologian!