Modern Critical Thinking About the Bible? Or, Should 2 Timothy 2:15 Be Restricted to Ancient Readers?

| June 28, 2012

A recent guest post over at the Patheos blog author by Dr. David Lincicum, will likely be of interest to Naked Bible readers: Lament for a Maternal Home (or, Is There No Place for Believing Criticism in Evangelicalism?). I appreciated the essay. Though I don’t know Dr. Lincicum’s work or any of his positions on […]

Naked Bible Podcast Episode 015: The Lord’s Supper in 1 Cor 11

| June 24, 2012

The episode page is located here, or you can listen via iTunes or the archive. Technorati Tags: communion, Lord’s Supper, podcast, theology

Jesus and Twitter

| June 21, 2012

Thanks to Martin for sending this to me. Thought it was clever and funny: Technorati Tags: Jesus, twitter

Is ‘adam “Adam”?

| June 20, 2012

I’ve been thinking (still) about the historical Adam issue. It surprises me that I haven’t seen anyone (yet — perhaps one of you knows an exception) address the grammatical-syntactical issue as it relates to “Adam” in Genesis 1-5. I speak specifically of the fact that Hebrew grammar does not tolerate a definite article with a […]

Faithlife and the Faithlife Study Bible

| June 20, 2012

I’m happy to finally be able to announce two new items produced by Logos Bible Software: Faithlife (see About Faithlife) and the Faithlife Study Bible. Faithlife is a social web community platform that provides far more security than sites like Facebook. It is specifically aimed to help people create groups and communities focused on church […]