If you admire others’ ability to draw, sketch, paint or sculpt, yet don’t seem to share those talents, welcome to my world of art appreciation instead. After all, artistic brilliance needs those who can treasure and reflect on their masterpieces. The Bible has long been the subject of some of the most monumental art through […]
If you admire others’ ability to draw, sketch, paint or sculpt, yet don’t seem to ...
We are happy to announce three new 75+ minute Bible talks tied to nature themes in ...
“Literature is picture-thinking, ideas made flesh in figures of speech”, wrote a former college professor ...
…or at least open the door ajar! Establishing a big picture perspective of the Bible ...
We are happy to announce three new 75+ minute Bible talks tied to nature themes in the Scriptures. They are intended for group or individual Bible study. For groups, these video talks are especially helpful for those seeking a short study unit, since each one can be handled in one or two sessions. Each comes with its own […]
It’s summertime! * And with it come visions of barbecues, long summer days, walks in the woods and glorious starry nights. All these powerful aspects of nature have been a focus the past few months while preparing three talks for a Bible conference on Scriptural Metaphors in Nature. What a powerful topic and the two […]
Everyone knows what light means – whether it’s the child convinced it’s all that stands between monsters and his bed, or the person appreciating street lamps after leaving the theater. It just makes life better, easier, happier. In fact, light is defined as the energy source for illumination, the very power that makes sight possible. […]
With a US presidential election only months away, there is a lot of public talk about wealth and poverty, complete with a vast range of economic solutions offered to voters. About the only solution I haven’t heard is a candidate saying: “Let’s see what Jesus has to say about the subject.” Given how many of […]
Discovering biographical data about writers of Scripture is tough–so many centuries ago, questionable sources, different ideas about using others’ more famous names, etc. We probably know as much about Luke, however, the evangelist/writer/historian, as any author. In addition to his Greek nationality and professional background as a physician, Luke uses the ‘we’ pronoun in parts […]