Book Review: The Historical Reliability of the New Testament

Craig Blomberg (Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary) is notorious for his contributions to The Bible’s historicity. The Historical Reliability of the Gospels was his first publication on the subject, and following were The Historical Reliability of John's Gospel, as well as Can we Still Believe the Bible? Soon thereafter, Blomberg authored his two volume introduction to the … Continue reading Book Review: The Historical Reliability of the New Testament

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A devotional on the word “devotional”

Many Christians today practice daily devotionals. Whether through prayer, scripture reading, silence, or a combination of them, the discipline of setting aside an amount of time daily for devotion is very common to Christians in any stage of life. What does the word devotion mean though, and have we distorted its scriptural use to accommodate … Continue reading A devotional on the word “devotional”

Book Review:Reading Revelation Responsibly, by Michael Gorman

    The book of Revelation has a reputation for the fear and confusion it has led people to embrace. For Michael Gorman, the book of Revelation is far from the cheap Kirk Cameron screenplay reading it has received. In his book Reading Revelation Responsibly: Uncivil Worship and Witness Following the Lamb into a New … Continue reading Book Review:Reading Revelation Responsibly, by Michael Gorman