The Bible and Divine Inspiration: Fielding Some Common Questions

Do people ask you questions like, “Why do we have 66 books in the Bible? What makes those books special? Why are they included and not others?” This article on the biblical canon will help you answer those questions. It’s by William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, and Robert L. […]

An Atheist Finds an Informed Faith

by Mark Clark, adapted from his new book The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to Christianity. I was raised in a staunch atheist household. We never went to church. We never owned a Bible. We never talked about God. My father was such an ardent atheist that he […]

Who Are You? Learn to Locate the Authentic Source of Your Identity

by Christopher L. Heuertz, adapted from his new book The Sacred Enneagram: Finding Your Unique Path To Spiritual Growth Have you ever asked this fundamental human question, Who am I? And when you’ve asked, what have you heard? For many us, our quest to uncover an answer actually takes us […]

Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary – The Best Way to Learn Hebrew

by J. David Pleins with Jonathan Homrighausen, adapted from their new book Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary by Conceptual Categories: A Student’s Guide to Nouns in the Old Testament. A command of Hebrew vocabulary is the essential key to an enjoyable encounter with sacred Scripture. Yet beginners who master the basics soon […]

An Overlooked Key to Understanding the Bible: The Way Words Mean

by Richard J. Gibson and Constantine R. Campbell, adapted from their new book Reading Biblical Greek, available now, and part of the forthcoming Reading Biblical Greek Pack. Meaning Is More Than the Meaning of Words Reading biblical Greek involves more than substituting Greek words with equivalent meanings in English. There […]