Fun Facts About the Bible

Teri Dugan takes a look at the literary and historical aspects of the Bible. The Bible is a large book that has affected countless lives and nations. But what exactly is it? Is it really God’s word? How can we know? Can we trust what it says? A Case for the Old Testament: Bible ApologeticsContinue reading “Fun Facts About the Bible”

3 Tips for Reading More

I have an abnormal reading schedule. If I had to guess, I’d say I’ve read fifty or more books this year and it is only September. I don’t say this to brag, it just is what it is. I make reading recommendations all the time and the most common response is, “I’d love to readContinue reading “3 Tips for Reading More”

Apologetics and Reading Promiscuously

pro·mis·cu·ous – demonstrating or implying an undiscriminating or unselective approach; indiscriminate or casual. Hopefully it is clear from the above definition that I do not mean sexually promiscuous when I say “reading promiscuously”. I mean to say reading a wide variety of different works including books that I disagree with intellectually, morally, politically, etc. In aContinue reading “Apologetics and Reading Promiscuously”

Why Christians Should Read More Literature (K.S. Prior)

Dr. Karen Swallow Prior of Liberty University explains why Christians should read more literature. “Christianity is a religion of the Word.” Subscribe to our YouTube channel (above) and support us on Patreon (below) for more content!

Ep. 1 Karen Swallow Prior: On Reading Well [Video & Podcast]

[podbean resource=”episode=fifen-99455f” type=”audio-rectangle” height=”100″ skin=”1″ btn-skin=”102″ share=”1″ fonts=”Helvetica” auto=”0″ download=”0″ rtl=”0″] On this episode I interviewed Dr. Karen Swallow Prior of Liberty University on her latest book “On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books”. I’m a big fan of Dr. Prior and we talked about the importance of reading, Aristotle’s virtues, promiscuousContinue reading “Ep. 1 Karen Swallow Prior: On Reading Well [Video & Podcast]”

Noah’s Flood and the Epic of Gilgamesh

After posting about the Mithras Mythology, someone asked me for an article on the Epic of Gilgamesh. Here is one that I read: Tell me what you think!