I found this book to be one of the best introductory books I have read on Apocalyptic Literature in the Bible, and highly recommend it for anybody who wants to study, teach, or preach through any of the Apocalyptic books or sections of the Bible.
This review of Logos Bible Software gives 6 negatives and 13 Positives of this Bible study software package. I have been using Logos Bible software for many years to prepare my sermons, write my books, and research Scripture, and it really is the best Bible study software package available today.
I would love it if more Christians put down their Bibles. People don’t need more Bible learning. They just need to go out and live what they already know. Stop chasing biblical literacy and start pursuing biblical living.
Many pastors are warning us about the problem of biblical illiteracy in the church today. I do not think it is that much of a problem. Here are 15 reasons why biblical illiteracy is not a problem in the church.
In this post I look at 8 indicators Ed Stetzer provides about how to determine whether or not someone is biblically literate, and I disagree with all 8. I do not think that biblical illiteracy can be accurately diagnosed, or is even that big of a deal in the church today.
This study of Genesis 2:1-3 will liberate you from Sabbath bondage. Your Sabbath observance will be liberated from the shackles of religion, and will be brought back into the way God intended it to be. By the end of today’s show, you will be excited to observe the Sabbath, because you will be invited to observe it as God Himself does.
My podcast, just like this blog, is about inviting you into the conversation. I am not at all interested in telling you what to believe about Scripture and theology. I am very interested, however, in having a cordial conversation with you about Scripture and theology, and how to live it out in our lives so that you and I end up looking and acting more like Jesus.