October 2, 2014

I Have a Bias

I have read quite a bit about bias recently. Lifeway Research responded to a charge that they were biased. My facebook feed told me of the bias against Obama. This post is not about either of those two articles (so let's not go … [Continue reading...]

Follow-Up: Answers from Andrew Perriman

NOTE FROM CM: Andrew Perriman was kind enough to send some responses to our post outlining his NT interpretation last week and the comments in the discussion. Because they came later than the first discussion, I thought I would … [Continue reading...]

Hard-Ass Leadership?

I will resist the temptation to make this a mere rant today. Although everything within me wants to simply mock and shred the article to which I will respond, in this case I don't think it would be the best approach. I say this … [Continue reading...]

It’s the Culture.

In our fixation upon the trickling down of culture from the beliefs in our minds we have frequently failed to appreciate the ways in which our thinking bubbles up from the world of our bodies, via our imaginations. • Alastair … [Continue reading...]

Creation Is a Many-Splendored Thing (3): Genesis 2:4-3:24

If you're wondering why I'm not using any Hubble telescope images for today's creation post, it is because in The Seven Pillars of Creation: The Bible, Science, and the Ecology of Wonder, William P. Brown calls the Bible's second … [Continue reading...]

Lisa Dye: Fellowship of the Book

 The union of the Word and the Mind produces that mystery which is called Life... • Joseph Addison • • • A few nights ago I sat reading a book by Thomas Merton. It was The Ascent to Truth to be exact. Suddenly, I came across a … [Continue reading...]

Sunday Formation Talk: Liturgical Prayer

Seven times a day I praise you for your righteous ordinances. • Psalm 119:164 Sacred reading, manual work, and liturgical prayer constitute the threefold footing of our daily life. • Fr. Charles Cummings • • • On this Lord's … [Continue reading...]

Saturday Ramblings: Sentences Edition — September 6, 2014

Today, each entry in Saturday Ramblings shall consist of a single sentence. I have no idea why. I also have no idea why anyone would expect Victoria Osteen to say anything that wasn't silly and theologically unsound. You … [Continue reading...]

IM Book Review: What I Learned from Cancer

What I Learned from Cancer By Dennis Maione Prompters to Life / Winnipeg (September 19, 2014) • • • I very much doubt that the author of "What I Learned from Cancer", Dennis Maione, remembers this, but we shared a house for … [Continue reading...]

The Big Picture of Andrew Perriman’s Narrative-Historical Scheme

UPDATE: Andrew has just put up a new post that complements our piece today, outlining his method and its results in biblical interpretation. UPDATE 2: I have added a brief summary of AP's position to the end of the post. • • … [Continue reading...]