http://youtu.be/7hotJ7p0f9I Dr. Lawson Stone shares 7 points we must keep in mind when encountering violence in the Old Testament. View our growing playlist of Seven Minute...
Has modern science made religious faith irrelevant and obsolete? In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. Kent Dunnington from Biola University contests this popular claim, pointing to clear evidence to the contrary.
http://youtu.be/gjscNiQDs4I Did Jesus have a wife? What makes some people think this is a historical possibility? Dr. Ben Witherington III here addresses these sorts of...
http://youtu.be/DHSQfjFSE2U Dr. Michael L. Peterson here discusses the relationship between science and the Christian faith, suggesting that they may be integrated in a way that...
In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Stephen Backhouse demonstrates how Søren Kierkegaard can be appropriated to challenge our core assumptions about identity and allegiance.
Engaging the Rational & Delightful in Ministry with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Professionals
How can we engage congregants who work and live in the scientific community? Ben Espinoza shares wisdom on appealing to their rational and delightful inclinations toward reconciling science and faith.
The Bible is a book like no other, with both divine and human authorship. Watch this video interview with Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Ben Witherington as they help illuminate the significance of this remarkable claim.
How should we understand Genesis 2 in light of Genesis 1? What are the issues involved? Is Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 portraying the same event? Dr. Sandy Richter leads us in discussion on how to read Genesis 2.
Which of Jesus' teachings are especially difficult to swallow given our modern sensibilities? Read these seven hard sayings of Jesus as Andrew Dragos offers Sciptural, historical, and literary clues to help with their interpretation.
http://youtu.be/43QqZf1Fo0U What is the Mormon teaching on God, Jesus Christ, and humanity? Dr. Steve Tsoukalas offers an introduction to Mormon beliefs.