New Testament professor Dr. Kara Lyons-Pardue joins us to talk about how we got this thing we call the Bible. Who got to decide what books were included (and excluded!)? What criteria matter? And how can we trust the Bible as a holy book?
What does it mean not to kill? And how does Jesus’ command in the Sermon on the Mount intensify this sixth commandment?
Recognizing the subjectivity of my personal perspective doesn’t kill objectivity. It may just need a little resuscitation.
Human genius is not the ability to imagine the untrue, but rather our ability to insist on logic without being restrained by it.
What is there to believe in Christmas when you no longer believe in God? My personal thoughts on what I’d like my son to grow up to celebrate at Christmas.
When rhetoric ratchets up, we risk miscommunicating our position in favor of enflaming passion. Can distinguishing between moral and ethical concerns help us hear one another better?