How a cosmic event helped address a biblical conundrum for me.
If it seems unlikely that Judas betrayed Jesus because of money or evil possession, could he have been turned by a simple story?
An interesting lifehack that could be useful for folks who struggle with daily scripture readings.
A Study edition of a Qur’an is a helpful step to combatting extremism, but is there a more effective way to go about stopping Islam from being used to justify extremism?
Understanding how the Biblical Text was originally written sheds light on how the anti-gay section of Romans 1 is not an argument made by Paul.
The trajectory argument is often used to discredit affirmations of LGBT inclusion. However, even using that lens in more rigorous ways, we see that LGBT inclusion is found using it.
Racism. Sexism. Homophobia. There is DEATH in that Pot, people of God. What are we to do about it? A short devotional about adding in–not just taking out–for justice-seekers.
As we seek to make peace with a Bible that has disturbing majority readings, we would do well to seek a minority report–a diversity of interpretations–to help inform what a passage means to us.
If knowledge has a half-life over time, we get more out of the Bible by treating it more as a tome of knowledge like Wikipedia and less as a tomb of knowledge like Encyclopædia Britannica.
Part 2 of last week’s post: what is “biblical marriage” anyway?