Recommended Study Bibles and Translations

One of my dearest Old Testament professors, Dr. Thurman Wisdom, once passed on a pithy maxim taught to him by his own instructors. "Read the Bible as any other book," quoth he, "but do not read the Bible as if it were just any other book." In a matter of days, many Christians will be …

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What Should We Make of the Discrepancies Found in the Bible? by Andy Rau

See the blog post in its original format at Bible Gateway Blog ......................... OTHER RESOURCES: RT @jrrdodson: And the footnote of the day goes to @KatyaCovrett in an essay by @scotmcknight pic.twitter.com/nxULpszWKw— scotmcknight  (@scotmcknight) October 6, 2015 Doubtless Faith Ministries – Enabling Confidence in the Word of God (via Archaeology and Comparative Religion) Dr. Norman Geisler's …

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Psychedelics, Psychotropics and Spiritual Enlightenment

Psychedelic drugs are being evaluated for their medical benefit in treating mental disorders, reports NPR's Diane Rehm. With about 1/4 of the U.S. population suffering from some form of mental illness, chances are either you or someone in your family has displayed signs of mental disorder. Shame drives both parents and individual sufferers from confronting the …

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The Bible is NOT Subjective Testimony

By the evidences below, I will establish that through many means the Bible describes itself as an objective text, as revelatory truth, and not subjective testimony to God's Word nor as a thing open to subjective interpretation. How is this subject relevant to today in the real world? In short, the Bible can be used to …

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