Monotheism, in the ancient Hebrew sense, didn’t mean what it does today.
It may be mainstream Christianity’s most important dogma, but where does trinitarianism come from, and what does the Bible have to say about it?
Identifying the troublemakers in Colossians 2 has challenged scholars for centuries. Are we any closer today to resolving “the Colossian controversy”?
Unless we understand the forces at work from the very beginning of the Christian Era, we simply cannot put the rest of church history in its proper context.
How can we be certain that the Gospel accounts are both authentic and authoritative? And what about the number? By whose authority do we have four Gospels?
If the winners are the ones who write history, then historical accounts are surely subject to bias and inaccuracy. Church history is no exception.
True or false. Black or white. This or that. Is truth a simple binary choice? Does it change with the times? Neither science nor philosophy—nor traditional religion—has provided satisfactory answers.
Tthe King James Version of the Bible marks its 400th anniversary. Its committee-based approach to translation is still used with major Bible translations today.
The Gospel of John is replete with the discussion of truth, including the scenario of Jesus on trial before Pilate who asked Him: “What is truth?” (John 18:38).
Gaylord Nelson was instrumental in establishing the first Earth Day which was held on April 22, 1970.