The Sun Do Move! Interpreting the Bible in Competing Cultural Contexts

Each of us interpret the Bible. Like language, meaning is determined by context. In order to engage the Bible in the spirit of justice, compassion, and love, this lecture by Jonathan Walton, Dean of School of Divinity at Wake Forest, provides interpretive tools to understand the context of the Scriptures along with the Scriptures themselves.…

Archaeology and the Bible – Friend or Foe?

This webinar presented by Dr. Tony Cartledge addresses the topic of biblical archaeology. “Biblical archaeology” emerged in the 20th century as an effort to prove that biblical places, people, and stories were true. Archaeologists in Israel are now more concerned with understanding the cultures of ancient peoples. Does archaeology confirm the biblical narratives, or does…

Things to Consider When Choosing Curriculum

When choosing a curriculum for small groups or Sunday school classes there are many things to consider. Allison Benfield put together this list of questions to ask as you research all your curriculum options. While written specifically with children’s ministry in mind these considerations are helpful regardless of age-group or context.  Document: Curriculum Considerations