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“The Word Made Flesh”: On Doing Theology Afresh

A Jew, a Greek, and a Roman walk into a church. No joke. Imagine it: a Jew, a Greek, and a Roman walk into a church, back in the first century. Let’s say it’s a gathering of believers in Ephesus. … Continue reading

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What is the Bible, and How Should We Read It?

What is the Bible? And, as Christians, how should we read it? These questions lurk in the background of every single hot-button, emotionally charged, divisive issue Christians wrestle with today, from homosexuality to human evolution. The reasons for differences of opinion among … Continue reading

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The Bible as Diverse Anthology

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The Bible as Ancient Literature

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The Bible as Inspired Scripture

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“All Scripture is inspired by God…”? Further thoughts…

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“All Scripture is inspired by God…”?

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