Winter 2015

Comparing the Ten

David Hulme

The Ten Commandments are recorded twice the Old Testament, but with a few noteworthy differences between the two versions.

Winter 2015

Dressing Invisible Wounds

Gina Stepp

PTSD isn’t just a problem faced by soldiers returning from war; it can affect anyone. If a loved one suffers because of past trauma, how can you help?

Philosophical questions: What is Propaganda

Winter 2015

The Propagandizing of Propaganda

Donald Winchester

Propaganda is about manipulation. But over the past century, the concept itself has been manipulated. Do you still recognize it when you see it?

Winter 2015

The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 11

With the Promised Land in View

David Hulme

As the Israelites stand poised to enter the Promised Land, Moses reminds them of their recent history and of the keys to future blessings from God.

Winter 2015

Time to Burn the Book?

David Hulme

Is the Bible reliable despite the doubt cast on it by many in the world around? There is ample evidence to call on for reassurance that we can trust its historical reliability.

Winter 2015

What to Eat?

David Hulme

It’s often thought that “clean” and “unclean” foods pertain only to Old Testament ritual purity.

Winter 2015

Outlining Deuteronomy

One way to understand the flow of the book of Deuteronomy is to see it as a seven-part parallel structure.

 

Spring 2015

What Solomon Didn’t Know

Dan Cloer

The name “Solomon” is often viewed as synonymous with wisdom. The Hebrew Scriptures note that dignitaries visited ancient Israel’s king to confirm the accuracy of his reputation.

 

Spring 2015

The Physiology of Crucifixion

David Hulme

There have been many attempts to explain in medical terms what happens during crucifixion and in particular what caused the death of Jesus. 

 

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