The new Pure Flix biopic of Samson gets the biblical strongman’s story totally wrong.
Judas committed suicide after Jesus was condemned to death. But what if he hadn’t? What might his redemption have looked like?
At least one important event in Herod the Great’s childhood affected how he saw the relationship between Yahweh and Rome. It may have set the stage for his fateful decision on that first Christmas.
My new retelling of the book of Ruth releases today!
Matt’s four talks from the DTS World Evangelization Conference, 2016.
We begin our journey through Exodus by meeting Jacob’s family and watching as the story of God’s people shifts from Patriarchs to Nations. The mission of Exodus is framed in terms of flourishing, and we learn how institutions can be both good and bad.
What would Jesus’ parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus sound like if he told it today? Here’s our friend Adam’s reimagined take on Luke 16:19-31.
What would Jesus’ strange parable of the Shrewd Manager sound like if he told it today? Here’s JR.’s reimagined take on Luke 16:1-9.
What aspects of Christianity make it hard for you to really, fully follow Jesus? Maybe it’s how the Church treats LGBT people. Or a congregation’s attitude toward women in ministry. Maybe it’s Bible’s complicated, complex history of transmission, and the way texts are handled by some denominations. Or maybe there are some foundational doctrines that […]
In recent weeks there have been several events that have made me think back on some important paradigm shifts in how I read the Bible including being asked by a friend to list some important books that have changed my life, the events in Ferguson, MO, the refuge crisis at our own boarder, the reaction […]