Focuses on the Parable of the Prodigal Son to discuss two common difficulties interpreters face when interpreting the parables.
Examines Matthew 21:18-20 to discover why Jesus cursed the fig tree.
Eulogizes Ron Julian and describes his teaching of John 8:58.
Makes a case for the similarity of "doing science" and "doing biblical interpretation."
Discusses Solomon’s wisdom in relation to his life and choices.
Defends the Bible as the “Word of God.”
Discusses the value of the Septuagint (Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures) in relation to the Masoretic text (Hebrew).
Interacts with Andrew Delbanco's book, "The Death of Satan: How Americans Have Lost the Sense of Evil."
Describes what distinguishes Gutenberg College's education from other "great books" colleges.
Responds to Jack Crabtree's paper, "How to Follow Jesus When You Cannot Kill the Beast" (Summer Institute 2013), by analyzing the meaning of "Leftism."
Challenges the common belief that Adam Smith, the pioneer of political economy, was a free-market ideologue.
Explains why a Gutenberg liberal arts education is a good choice for students interested in science.
Defines, discusses, and compares environmental ethics.
Explains and critiques the argument of "one of the most important books written within the past 150 years."