Let's Get Confused Together
I've started writing three different posts to sort of parse out my own thinking on what happened two weeks ago.
Unicode Sigla for the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia
Nobody is going to be surprised that text criticism is my favorite subject in the world. As we’ve been
The Simplest Way to Mentor
I thought this was an interesting example of a mentoring process that didn’t require a single mentor or any
80% "Never doubt the existence of God"
Here’s something that has us a little gobsmacked. According to Pew Research, 80% of Americans agree with the statement,
Being the Voice of God
A really spot on set of observations coming from David Prince. First the problem:
Many stroll to the pulpit to
Luke Timothy Johnson on Scripture and Experience
I’m not sure how I missed this article from 7 years ago, but I was watching a fascinating lecture
Jesus' Wife and Finding the Truth
A few weeks back, when I saw the headlines that an ancient manuscript had been found that seemed to indicate
I’m always telling my students, “Profundity stands on obvious’ shoulders.” That simple principle has been illustrated yet again by
Beneath the Surface photos
For those of you who joined us at the Beneath the Surface conference in February, our fabulous and gifted photographer,
Are Publishers Lazy?
Thomas Nelson chairman and CEO, Michael Hyatt, has a post today that struck at the heart of one of pet