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from The Good Book Blog
by Kenneth Berding
July 23, 2012
Here's a chapter written by an unknown early Christian to an unbeliever named Diognetus that is well-worth the three minutes it will take you to read it. This evangelist and apologist refers to Chr...
July 2, 2012
A lot of critical-leaning biblical scholars dispute Paul's authorship of the Pastoral Letters: 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus. Recently there has been a bit of movement toward greater acceptance o...
by Benjamin C Shin
February 20, 2012
The different tasks of leadership pose many challenges for a leader. It requires that the leader have a good sense of knowing the people well enough to relate to them but also for him to have a goo...
by Robert B. Price
September 27, 2011
In A.D. 410, the eternal and (so it was thought) invincible city of Rome was invaded by a foreign army. How could this have happened? Many pagans thought they knew who was to blame: the Christians....
by Frederick Cardoza
July 3, 2011
What has God given us to combat the evil that is present in our world?
Despite the evil that exists in our world, the Bible says that God keeps it from unraveling.
So, for now, God allows evil to...
June 7, 2011
This past Wednesday night I participated in an outreach along with Talbot colleagues Gary Manning and Alan Hultberg at the Uptown Whittier YMCA. The outreach was in support of a new campus plant fo...
June 3, 2011
We've seen a lot of death, pain, suffering, and evil in our world during the last few years, so today I want to address a few questions having to do with evil, pain and suffering— questions that, I...
April 19, 2011
Denis Diderot (1713-84), editor and primary author of the massive—18,000 pages!—and massively influential , has been called "the pivotal figure of the entire 18 century."One of the pivotal moments ...
by Joseph H Hellerman
March 7, 2011
A frequent response heard from Christians is, "God has some purpose in this." "Something good will come out of this." "Haiti will become stronger as a result of this." In one sense, all these thing...
by Gary T. Manning, Jr.
September 19, 2012
According to an article in the Washington Post, an ancient manuscript claiming that Jesus had a wife has just been discovered. I'll tackle this new discovery with some Q&A.
What is this new fi...