Last week we took a gander at the overlap between the stories of Adam and Noah, and a good time was had by all. This week, let’s continue the party by looking at the overlap between the stories of Noah and Lot. If I may begin by driving home a […]Continue Reading
Some stories in Genesis overlap a lot. Or maybe a better way of putting it is the stories echo each […]Continue Reading
I recently spent the past few days in (Very) Hot Springs, NC at the Wild Goose Festival—if you don’t know […]Continue Reading
When it comes to God, we are all agnostic. And I think I mean that quite literally. The word comes from the Greek agnosis [α-γνωσις] which simply means “not knowing.” Is there a God? Is there no God? We simply don’t know, if by “know,” we mean, “are certain about […]Continue Reading
In my last post we looked at one problem with Mohler’s theory that the cosmos was created to look billions […]Continue Reading
What Al Mohler Thinks about the Bible and Evolution (and why I am concerned enough to write about it).
Rev. Al Mohler holds strong views on the Bible, what it means to read it correctly, and how taking the […]Continue Reading