“It is time to give!”: How Disability in Mission Strives to Empower Those with Disabilities

Nathan G. John* is a missionary/university professor and I, Dave C. Deuel, am a pastor/seminary professor. Between us, we hope that we have enough in-reach to local church and missions leadership. We enjoy a close rapport with our colleagues in churches and missions organizations whom we want to challenge with the message of Disability in … Continue reading “It is time to give!”: How Disability in Mission Strives to Empower Those with Disabilities

Interview with Jonathan G. Kline about A Proverb a Day in Biblical Hebrew

Jonathan G. Kline’s 2 Minutes a Day Biblical Language Series is well known for its accessible and attractive content and formatting. His latest project is A Proverb a Day in Biblical Hebrew, a book/devotional designed to help readers of all levels of Hebrew competence meditate on and understand the concise and sometimes mysterious sayings found in … Continue reading Interview with Jonathan G. Kline about A Proverb a Day in Biblical Hebrew

Translating Herman Bavinck: A Q&A with the Editors of The Sacrifice of Praise

Dutch theologian Herman Bavinck (1854–1921) is widely celebrated as one of the most eloquent divines in the Reformed tradition. Thanks to Cameron Clausing and Gregory Parker's hard work, we now have a brand new English translation of one more of Bavinck's esteemed works: The Sacrifice of Praise. Including a new introduction and scriptural citations, The … Continue reading Translating Herman Bavinck: A Q&A with the Editors of The Sacrifice of Praise

5 Answers to Questions about the Jewish Roots of Christianity

What does the Jewishness of Jesus mean and why is it important? David Mishkin and Craig A. Evans facilitate the conversation around this question in the book that they co-edited: A Handbook on the Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith. Serving as a comprehensive yet concise primer on the Jewish roots of the Christian faith, … Continue reading 5 Answers to Questions about the Jewish Roots of Christianity

Q&A with the Author of How the Bible Is Written

In How the Bible Is Written, Gary Rendsburg unpacks the literary devices behind the Hebrew Bible (a.k.a. the Old Testament). He delves into how the ancient Israelite literati (to borrow his term) used alliteration, wordplay, repetition with variation, style-switching, and other devices to deliver the biblical narrative in effective and beautiful ways. For readers who’ve typically … Continue reading Q&A with the Author of How the Bible Is Written

Q&A with the Authors of Love’s Way

Love’s Way is a book that adult families will want to keep handy and return to often. Written by two family mediators, it provides readers with a map through the weeds that spring up along the path as parents age and roles reverse. Using real-life examples from years of working with families in this season of … Continue reading Q&A with the Authors of Love’s Way

Q&A with the Author of Christianity in the Roman Empire

"Because we have the Bible so easily available to us (even on our phones!) and in so many different versions, I fear we sometimes take it for granted. I know I do. I would like to cultivate the reverence and awe for scripture that is apparent in so many early Christian authors." This statement by … Continue reading Q&A with the Author of Christianity in the Roman Empire

LXX Q&A with Will Ross and Greg Lanier

As the publication date for the Septuaginta: A Reader's Edition and the academic shows approach, we're excited to reveal to you this exclusive Q&A with the editors: Will Ross and Greg Lanier. The pair has exciting background information on the LXX to share, along with helpful advice for those of us who are intimidated by … Continue reading LXX Q&A with Will Ross and Greg Lanier

Getting to Know God Through Science: 10 Questions about Faith across the Multiverse for Andy Walsh

Science is often presented as a set of propositions to affirm. On those terms, the existence of God becomes yet another such proposition, and all science can offer is a yes or a no. Andy Walsh thinks science offers more. In Faith across the Multiverse, Walsh writes, Telescopes made it possible to explore the profoundly … Continue reading Getting to Know God Through Science: 10 Questions about Faith across the Multiverse for Andy Walsh

Q&A with the author of An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts

Elaine A. Phillips, professor of biblical and theological studies at Gordon College (Wenham, MA) and author of  An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts, has graciously answered some of our burning questions about her book. Before we get into those, though, here is a quick summary of her book: An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts is … Continue reading Q&A with the author of An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts