jesus, interrupted

June 3, 2009

Through I was given an opportunity to review Jesus, Interrupted by Bart Erhman. (I promise this blog isn’t going to be reduced to an outlet for book reviews even if it’s looked like that lately!) For those unfamiliar with Ehrman, he has an interesting background. A former evangelical, he was educated at Moody, Wheaton, […]

christ as teacher

September 13, 2006

The following is cross posted from The Great Omission study blog. Comments are closed here, but you are welcome to comment on the original post… We have lost discipleship largely because, in the evangelical tradition, we have lost Christ as Teacher. The idea of Christ as Teacher no longer means much, if anything at all, […]

kingdom vs. judgment

July 24, 2006

I also finished The Parables: Jewish Tradition and Christian Interpretation by Brad Young while on vacation. I’ll just say that this is an important book for anyone interested in studying Jesus’ parables and leave it at that. I do want to offer one quote. In the quote below, I think he offers one of the […]