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from Neuroscience and the Soul Conference
by Joel Green and Doug Huffman
May 10, 2013
Dr. Joel Green discusses the theological anthropology of the New Testament. He argues that the writings of the New Testament do not necessitate a dualist view of human substance. Rather, he argues ...
from The Good Book Blog
by Kenneth Berding
July 16, 2012
We had quite a lively conversation in my Apostolic Fathers class the other evening after reading The Epistle of Barnabas. (BTW, it was not written by the biblical Barnabas; and the attribution to B...
by Joel Green, Doug Huffman, John W. Cooper, and Jason McMartin
May 10, 2013
A panel of four philosophers and theologians discuss the application of hermeneutics to the subject of human composition. The panel responds to questions from their audience and considers what the ...
by Edward W. Klink III
September 28, 2012
John 7:53-8:11, often described as "The Passage of the Woman Caught in Adultery" (passage de adultera), is famous for several reasons. The pleasant reason is that it is one of the most dramatic dis...
by Nell Sunukjian
September 13, 2012
I wince when I look at the photo. Don and I are standing in the sun with our firstborn son, flanked by Don's elderly grandparents. Grandpa has just lifted up our son toward heaven to give thanks. A...
by John W. Cooper and Jason McMartin
May 10, 2013
Dr. John Cooper explains the challenges that various hermeneutical approaches present to the debate of human composition. He argues that Scripture at least demonstrates the simultaneous physicality...
April 4, 2012
If you could ask a dozen New Testament scholars to list the five most difficult passages in the New Testament, most would include Romans 7:14-25 on their list. That same group would likely disagree...
August 8, 2012
Reading the Bible. It sounds so simple. Just read the Bible every day, or at least read it regularly for nourishment and insight and communication with God.
But how do we do it? In a time when the...
August 7, 2012
Do you remember the "just say no to drugs" campaign waged a number of years ago? (The slogan "just say no" continues to be used in schools across the country.) The assumption of the slogan was that...
by Kenneth C Way
May 30, 2012
A frequently asked question from my graduate advisees is this: How do you keep up with the latest scholarship in your discipline? Or, how do you stay on the "cutting edge" in your academic field? T...