The first commandment to “have no other gods” seems simple, but upon further reflection proves hard to follow and raises numerous questions.
What are the Ten Commandments really, and what do they mean for us thousands of years after they were first delivered?
Paul’s letter to Philemon is a short one about a single topic—Paul urging his friend to pursue Christlikeness through radical forgiveness.
Jen Holmes joins us to discuss the possibly bipolar prophet Elijah and God’s response to his swing from soaring high to devastating low.
This week look at word studies—when to use them, when not to, and what you can gain from having this tool in your tool belt.
This week, Tanner and Glen are joined by author and pastor Eric Schumacher as they explore life, dignity, and the themes of Ecclesiastes.
In the second half of the Book of Job, we discuss how to deal with Job’s final friend, Elihu, and how God responds to Job’s protest.
In the first half of the Book of Job, we encounter a number of burning questions about Job’s suffering. Can his friends provide any answers?
What’s the deeper meaning of the characteristics listed in Galatians 5, and what it looks like for us as Christians to live them out?
This week Discover Sola joins the show to discuss the practice of Lectio Divina and how it can transform your Bible reading.
We refer to the Bible as if it is one book, but it’s actually 66. So, how do we navigate reading it comprehensively with so much variation?
In this Q&A, we talk with Noah Oldham about what God is teaching him in this unique time and a book that changed his life.
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