Jerry Johnston Interviews Greek Scholar, Paul Foster, on the Bible and Original Sources

 

Back to the sources! Intent on understanding the fervor of the early church, Professor Paul Foster concentrates on the interpretation of Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Interviews Greek Scholar, Paul Foster, on the Bible and Original Sources”

Jerry Johnston Interviews Stephen Law on the Validity of the Bible

 

On a trip to London, I filmed with the British philosopher Stephen Law, editor of the The Royal Institute of Philosophy’s journal, Think, Provost for the UK Center for Inquiry, and Reader in Philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. Law has debated Christian scholars and apologists like William Lane Craig and John Lennox. I asked Stephen his opinion of the Bible. Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Interviews Stephen Law on the Validity of the Bible”

Jerry Johnston Interviews Holly Ordway on Discipleship in the Church

 

The statistics regarding the non-religious and “dones” (de-conversions) continues to rise dramatically in North America. At some point, our focus must turn inward and address the efficacy of the effectiveness of contemporary churches and para-churches.  Are we adequately catechizing believers? Continue reading “Jerry Johnston Interviews Holly Ordway on Discipleship in the Church”