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Two Issues in the Bible that are Really Really Important and Really Really Not Clear at All

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This is no official word from above (unlike most of my blog posts). Just my opinion. Here are the two issues that I think are very important for how we […]

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I Love You, Bible . . . Just Not That Way

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I don’t think the Bible works well as a rule book for Christians, nor do I think, as a collection of writings, it is meant to be corralled into a work […]

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God Is Tender With Our Doubting: The Bible Says So (No Matter What the Bible Says)

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I get a lot of great, honest questions from my students on almost a daily basis. Here is one from yesterday: “How do you read James 1:6-7, particularly as it […]

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Are “Evangelical” and “Academic” Oxymorons (and Who Are You Calling a Moron?)

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I’m not trying to pick a fight or even be controversial here. It’s an honest question. I’ve been thinking about this for several years, and what has brought it back […]

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“Aha” Moments: Biblical Scholars (and Pastors) Tell Their Stories – Michael Ruffin

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I was raised in the small town of Barnesville, Georgia, where I was born in 1958. My parents were high school-educated textile mill workers who loved the Lord, who loved […]

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