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Image: Life and Faith: Conspiracy theories

Life and Faith: Conspiracy theories

Darrell Bock from Dallas Theological Seminary discusses competing accounts of the “historical” Jesus

Image: History or Theology? The purpose of the Gospels

History or Theology? The purpose of the Gospels

Paula Gooder discusses the Gospels and the distinction between history and theology. 1

Image: Ancient Wisdom for a modern age

Ancient Wisdom for a modern age

John Walton on how a modern person can approach the Old Testament to understand what it means today.

Image: Life and Faith: The Great Bible Swindle

Life and Faith: The Great Bible Swindle

Greg Clarke on why he thinks we need to understand the Bible to understand our culture.

Image: Slavery and same-sex marriage: how not to read the Bible

Slavery and same-sex marriage: how not to read the Bible

Why Kevin Rudd's Q&A slavery statement is the worst kind of literalistic fundamentalism.

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The Lost World of Genesis

John Walton on why Genesis 1 shouldn't be read as a science text but taken seriously for what it is.

Image: Gospel Delusions

Gospel Delusions

Darrell Bock debunks the myths of the New Testament

Image: The true nature of the gospels

The true nature of the gospels

Richard Burridge discusses historical study of the gospels and the type of literature they are.

Image: The Unique Jesus Story

The Unique Jesus Story

Who were the authors of the New Testament Gospels and why did they write?

Image: Oral Tradition: a reason to trust the gospels

Oral Tradition: a reason to trust the gospels

Darrell Bock argues for the trustworthiness of oral tradition.

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Nativity Naivete

John Dickson responds to journalist Andrew Bolt's first attempt at Biblical criticism.

Image: Re-Claiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World

Re-Claiming the Bible for a Non-Religious World

A review of the latest book from former Bishop John Shelby Spong.

Image: O Little Town of Bethlehem - or not

O Little Town of Bethlehem - or not

Why scepticism over the Gospels' claim that Jesus was born in Bethlehem may not be well founded.

Image: Gospels as ancient biographies

Gospels as ancient biographies

Craig Keener discusses the genre and historicity of the Gospels.

Image: Can we trust the Old Testament?

Can we trust the Old Testament?

Iain Provan responds to the claim that no biblical scholar takes the Old Testament seriously.

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