The Bible Nerd Podcast
“Let your credo be this: Let the lie come into the world, let it even triumph. But not through me.” – Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn These days, it’s harder than ever to get to the bottom of the truth. Unfortunately, relativism is alive and well.
When it comes to the very first chapters of the Bible, there is no shortage of disagreement about the meaning. Some, like myself, think that Moses wrote these early chapters and that he intended to teach God’s creation of the world in terms of six,
In our day and age, it’s common to hear that people are no longer interested in church. After all, many churches are having to resort to gimmicks in order to even get people in the door! But I wonder if the problem is of a different nature entirely?
In our pursuits to be careful and skilled apologists, I think we often get concerns relative to objectivity and subjectivity out of balance. Don’t get me wrong—the distinction is vitally important, but we must remember that our own subjective stories a...
Young age creationists may be some of the most misunderstood people in Christendom. In this week’s episode, we discuss some of the core differences that surround the divide. Recently, a Facebook friend of mine (and good brother in Christ) raised a star...
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One of the most poignant ideas found in the Bible is the theme of rejection of the Messiah. But the blow is worsened by the fact that, in a biblical worldview, rejection of the Messiah is inextricably linked with rejection of the Creator of the cosmos....
In the Book of John, we are introduced to the Word, who we find out is also the Creator. John continues his logic in denoting that, within the Word, is life. And, whatever that “life” is, it is also the light of men.
When we think of the name “Jesus” any number of images immediately come to mind. We think of Jesus as the One who died for us. We think of him as the Lord of all and Savior-King. We think of him as the baby, lying in a manger,
John chapter 1 introduces us to the Person of Jesus…as the Second Person of the Trinity: The Word. In Greek, the word is logos, meaning “word” or “message.” When we endeavor to dive deeper into the text, we find some amazing things,