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A Missing Angle on the Evangelical Struggle with Evolution

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Protestant Evangelical theology continues to struggle with the fact of evolution. Why? One reason is that the groundwork of Evangelical theology was laid centuries ago in the wake of the […]

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Relationship Status with the Rules in the Bible: It’s Complicated

By Jared Byas, M.A.

I find so many Christians who have a complicated and inconsistent relationship with moral rules. I have found that’s partly because we also have a complicated and inconsistent relationship with […]

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Does Your God Recycle?

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This blog post is taken, more or less as is, from my book How The Bible Actually Works. You can learn more by reading the book or by purchasing the […]

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The Bible Really Isn’t About “History,” Really

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

So, here’s the thing. When we read any piece of literature that deals with the past, we are actually dealing with two kinds of pasts: the past of the event […]

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“Aha” Moments: Biblical Scholars Tell Their Stories – Pete Enns

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Following my last post, here is the first installment of a series – biblical scholars from evangelical backgrounds telling their stories about their “aha” moments that convinced them they needed to find […]

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Dealing With the Bible: A Conversation Between Then and Now.

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

So, here’s my point. There is virtually nothing in the Bible that doesn’t look very similar to what we know from other cultures and religions of the ancient world. Not […]

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