How do we resolve texts we can’t reconcile to any sort of order or justice? When the bad guys win and evil violence seems to have the last word?
Dr. Mark Chavalas joins us again to discuss some of the more difficult passages in the book of Judges.
We don’t live in the culture that originally received the Word of God. If we are to grasp this text, we must also understand some of the cultural connotations within. To help us, historian and professor Dr. Mark Chavalas joins us today.
There are approximately 900 printed English translations and paraphrases of the Bible. What is the story behind the first English translation and how we arrived with so many versions today? A conversation with Dr. Ed Blum, General Editor and Translator of the Holman Christian Standard Bible.
After returning home from WWII and his service as a liberator at Dachau Concentration Camp, Jimmy Gentry was determined never to speak about it again. “I kept thinking if I didn’t talk about it, it would go away.” But it didn’t, and in 1985 Jimmy met a concentration camp survivor who convinced him to share his experiences with others. Join Michael Easley in studio with Mr. Jimmy Gentry and hear from one of The Greatest Generation’s most honorable men about faith, love, hardship and legacy.