According to some recent Pew Religion surveys the 115th congress looks much like it did in the 1960s. While congress may appear to be much like it was (in terms of religious breakdown) in the 1960s, it isn’t really the same. While it is true that 91 percent describe themselves as Christians, what they mean… Read More


Who Needs Theology is a book written by Stanley Grenz and Roger E. Olson. It was written when I was in high-school in the late 90s, but I found it at a bargain book store and saw the authors and had to have it. These two guys know their stuff.     Summary of Who… Read More


My Greek resource list includes items that I use frequently. These may not be the items that I would use if writing a professional paper. Instead they are the actual things that I use. Anyway, here we go.     1. This is my favorite Greek resource. I use this one daily for my Bible… Read More


It’s hard to really review a Hosea commentary, or any commentary on a biblical book. A commentary represents a monumental work, and Lim and Castelo have done good work. Introduction This book is the joint product of Bo Lim and Daniel Castelo. Lim is associate professor of Old Testament at Seattle Pacific University and Seminary.… Read More


hebrew resources

My favorite Hebrew resources are items that I use frequently. These may not be the items that I would use if writing a professional paper. Instead they are the actual things that I use. Anyway, here we go. 1. This is my favorite Hebrew resource. I use this one daily for my Bible reading. I… Read More