Are the Gospels hopelessly contradictory and historically unreliable? I brought on Dr. Mike Licona to take this head on with his years of scholarly research in the New Testament. Dr. Mike Licona is associate professor in theology at Houston Baptist... Continue Reading →
How can we know whether something reported is historically true or not? What are the source materials for the life of Jesus? Did Constantine put the Bible together? How were the books of the Bible chosen? What about all the... Continue Reading →
The Passion Translation has grown in popularity among Christians. Its website says, "It is a meaning-for-meaning translation, translating the essence of God’s original message and heart into modern English." However, is it the same other modern translations? Should it be... Continue Reading →
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Christians are better able to love one another when we have a better understanding of the theology of singleness and marriage. Listen this week as we dive into the topic of singleness. Neal Hardin graduated with MA in Theology from... Continue Reading →
How much do you know about Nahum? If you are like most Christians, it probably isn't very much. Does Nahum have anything relevant to my life today? Yes, you might be surprised. I recently had the chance to study and... Continue Reading →
The word "Trinity" never appears in Scripture. Why do Christians believe in it? The Bible does give four essential affirmations that make up the Christian view of the Trinity. Check it out!