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Pete Enns & The Bible for Normal People

Guest Posts

archaeology

A Pilgrimage to Understanding the Biblical World Better

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Cynthia Shafer-Elliott (Ph.D., The University of Sheffield, England) is an Associate Dean of the School of Theology and Leadership and Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible & Archaeology at Jessup University […]

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searchers

“Searchers”: The Ignored Demographic of Spiritual Secularists (Guest Post)

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Aaron Bjerke is planting a church in NYC out of Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Having been an Assistant Pastor there for seven years, he is excited to see a new expression of […]

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faith and science

Faith and Science: What’s Love Got to Do With It? (Guest Post)

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Paul Wallace teaches physics and astronomy at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga, and serves as Pastor for Adult Education at First Baptist Church of Decatur. He writes and speaks […]

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Jesus' influence on history

Jesus Comes in Third

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This is a guest post from Eric A. Seibert, adapted from Disarming the Church: Why Christians Must Forsake Violence to Follow Jesus and Change the World (Eugene, OR: Cascade 2018) […]

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French Fries and Pornography: Another Lesson from Evolution

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Today’s post is the second of two by Matthew Nelson Hill (see first post here). Matthew’s first book, Evolution and Holiness: Sociobiology, Altruism and the Quest for Wesleyan Perfection, recently came out with […]

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What a Woman on a Magazine Cover Teaches Us about Evolution

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Today’s post is by Matthew Nelson Hill (PhD Durham University) of Spring Arbor University (Michigan), where he is director of the E.P. Hart Honors Program and Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Department […]

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Everyday Life in Ancient Israel