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14 05, 2020

Valid vs. Invalid Literary Techniques Attributed to the Gospels

2020-07-30T13:41:04+02:00May 14th, 2020|Blog Articles|

In my previous two blog posts, I discussed the literary criticism of Scripture. My deliberations were especially focused on the accuracy and reliability of the Gospels. This blog post seeks ...

8 04, 2020

How to Pastor Effectively during a Lockdown: A Christian and pastoral response to shepherding in crisis

2020-07-30T13:41:07+02:00Apr 8th, 2020|Blog Articles|

So, the country is going into a 21-day National Lockdown – the crisis precipitated by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, with no end to the siege predicted. It’s all so surreal ...

2 03, 2020

Making sense of intriguing correlations between the Gospels

2020-03-02T15:23:17+02:00Mar 2nd, 2020|Blog Articles|

by Professor Dan Lioy Within New Testament studies, extreme versions of historical criticism approach the question of the Gospels’ historicity and reliability with a hermeneutic of suspicion. In its most ...

2 03, 2020

Making sense of intriguing correlations between the Gospels (Part 2)

2020-03-02T15:23:42+02:00Mar 2nd, 2020|Blog Articles|

by Professor Dan Lioy My previous blogpost spotlighted Lydia McGrew’s treatise, Hidden in Plain View (DeWard Publishing; 2017). In it, she explores a variety of “undesigned coincidences” appearing in ...

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