A conversation with Dr. Tyler Wittman and Dr. R.B. Jamieson on how to read the Bible accurately
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Tyler Wittman and Dr. Bobby Jamieson to talk about their new book Biblical Reasoning and how to read the Bible accurately. Meet Drs. Wittman…
A conversation with Dr. Benjamin Gladd about the image of God in the storyline of Scripture
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Benjamin Gladd, associate professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary and editor of a series of volumes on biblical theology with…
A conversation with Dr. Dru Johnson on philosophy and the Bible
In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Dru Johnson, professor and author of Biblical Philosophy: A Hebraic Approach to the Old and New Testaments. Today, we talk about the…
Thinking Biblically About Privacy in a World Ruled by AI
We live in a world of irony. We are willing to post some of the most intimate details and events of our lives online. We gladly sign up for freemium services, like social media and email, that require us to consent to various forms of data tracking in exchange for a free premium service.
Why doomsurfing won’t satisfy our longing for peace
If we are honest with ourselves, the last few weeks (and likely many more to come) have been extremely difficult. Some of us have become sick or known loved ones who contracted COVID-19. Others have lost their jobs and livelihoods due to stay-at-home orders put in place to slow the spread of the virus. While many others have seen little day-to-day impact of the virus spread in their communities, they are still lost in the news and updates from the frontlines. Regardless of where you find yourself, we all know how easy it has become to get lost in a sea of overwhelming and depressing news online.