I am not a plumber. I don’t have any skills that even remotely look like what a plumber would have. Whenever I encounter a plumbing…View More How to study religion (and God)
Well, it has been a long time since my last posting. For a number of reasons. 🙂 However, I am pleased to say that there…View More Introduction to World Religions now on iTunes U
Here is a test – does the subject line above strike you as intriguing or uninteresting? Well, believe it or not, if you identify yourself…View More Monotheism vs Monolatry? What?
Have you ever wanted to look at a 1,600 year old manuscript of the Bible? If so, you can now go to Codex Sinaiticus and…View More Have you ever seen a 1,600 Year Old Manuscript of the Bible?
There is a recent article at EmailWire.com that states that the model of “distance education” is over 100 years old. Which is true. Unfortunately, however,…View More Distance Learning: It Is Older Than You Think! (maybe)
Another question from a few years ago (I like digging up these old ones!): Question – “What is the difference between guides and angels?” Reply…View More Angels, Guides or Both?
For those of you who like original language and manuscript stuff, here are three very cool sites: The Aleppo Codex (Hebrew Bible / Old Testament)…View More Aleppo, Sinaiticus and Qumran
Water from a Deep Well: Christian Spirituality from Early Martyrs to Modern Missionaries, by Gerald L. Sittser (InterVarsity Press, 2007) It takes a gifted writer…View More Water From a Deep Well
The First Copernican: Georg Joachim Rheticus and the Rise of the Copernican Revolution, by Dennis Danielson (Walker & Company, 2006) What is it like to…View More The First Copernican
A Little Guide to Christian Spirituality: Three Dimensions of Life with God, by Glen G. Scorgie (Zondervan, 2007) In the crowded field of Christian spirituality,…View More A Little Guide to Christian Spirituality