Psalm 119 has the honored status of being the Bible’s longest chapter. Fittingly, it also happens to be ‘all about’ the Bible. It’s nearly 200 verses are packed with information about the Word of God and its importance. In this Podcast Seminary episode, our Dean, Dr. Freddy Cardoza, unpacks a total of 24 principles learned […]
The Truth About Truth A leading Christian thinker, Dr. Perry Downs, is known for an important but surprising quote: “Truth-telling is an act of violence.” Who knew? Regarding violence, anyone who has ever been victimized and that has suffered the resultant trauma knows its resonant results. It is like the proverbial pebble which causes a […]
You Mean Your Middle Name isn’t “Socrates?” I get it. But we all need to have a handle on truth. After all, we must “live!” It’s important to understand that “truth” isn’t just the stuff of people with really long Greek names like: Pythagoras of Samos Zeno of Elea Democritus, and Diogenes of Sinope What […]
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Social Science and Scripture (Part II) by Steve Huerd Missed Part 1 of the Series? Read it here. Integration begins with the notion of reconciling all things together in Christ. In the world today, there seem to be separate things which either do not relate together or compete with one another in their truth claims. […]
Social Science and Scripture (Part 1) by Steve Huerd Brad Pitt played the entrepreneurial Oakland A’s baseball manager Billy Bean in the film Moneyball in which he goes against conventional wisdom by following the advice of a statistician in changing his team. Though the film was nominated for six academy awards including best actor and […]
This blog discusses the impact of ideas on society, ideas that have impact 100 years later, as well as the responsibility of the church to contend for the truth of the Bible.