People who know anything about Paul from the Bible generally know the story of Paul's conversion. But is that really what happened? Did he become a Christian or remain a Jew? Presenter: Dr. B. Brandon Scott with host Dr. Shirley Paulson
Literacy is at the heart of protestant Christianity. Reading the Bible is the way to salvation, a notion unknown before the reformation. . . But the Bible in our sense is unknown in the ancient world.
Apocrypha give us some real insights into beliefs and practices across Judaism and Christianity, across many cultures and thousands of years. An interview with Dr. Brandon Hawk.
What is especially liberating about this for me is that I know these [Nag Hammadi] texts don’t belong to any other competing faith tradition either. All Christians ‘own’ them on an equal footing.
"Sometimes people think theology is some kind of criticism, but it’s about seeing the world more richly and fully." An interview with Dr. Stephen Pattison.
How strong and vibrant Christianity will be during these next two decades depends primarily on how much creativity and vitality it can produce.