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It's hard to imagine anyone today who is familiar with the Bible not being concerned about the violence in the Old Testament. It's a...
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http://youtu.be/Tf2lX1nYkKw Dr. Lawson Stone shares 7 points we must keep in mind when encountering violence in the Old Testament. In this video, he addresses Judges'...
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http://youtu.be/j1AwDQBvRQQ How do you reconcile the reality of evil, pain and suffering in our world with the existence of a loving God? Professor of Philosophy...

The problem of violence in the Old Testament doesn't involve what we'd call mere criminality. The real problem is divinely sanctioned, divinely commanded violence, and...

Like millions of people in America, I have been completely sucked into the AMC original television series Breaking Bad. I stayed away from the...

Battles between “Science and Religion” and “Atheism and Faith” continue in academia and general culture. In this debate, Dr. Michael Ruse and Dr. Michael Peterson debate the issues at the level of worldview explanation.

One of the most frequently asked questions about singing the whole Psalter – all of the psalms with all of the verses – is this question: What about the imprecatory psalms, those that call down curses on one’s enemies? How do we sing them as Christians?

The Threshing Floor is Seedbed's conversational, Wesleyan podcast focusing on young thought leaders of the Wesleyan movement. The three hosts are practicing pastors in...

How can we respond during times of deep tragedy, such as the recent news of Robin Williams' death? Aaron Perry suggests that the portrait we have of Jeremiah the prophet—capturing the complexity of injury and morality, joy and despair—offers a corrective to the common way of handling difficult events.

Did God love the Egyptians when he struck Egypt with plagues? In the larger biblical narrative, the answer is obviously yes. But when reading the Exodus story, its difficult to come to terms with. In this article, Craig Keener explains how and why God loved the Egyptians.

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