Tag - biblical scholarship

We Need More Pastor-Theologians

TREMPER LONGMAN III | WESTMONT COLLEGE I became a Christian my senior year in high school during the so-called Jesus Revolution of the late 1960s and early 1970s. It was an exciting time, particularly on college campuses where there was something of...

What Makes a Good Biblical Scholar?

Over on the Logos Academic Blog (theLAB) there’s been a series of interesting pieces from biblical scholars answering the question, “What makes a good biblical scholar.” I thought I’d weigh in here on the Logos Blog, too. I cannot give a secular...

Reading the Bible Theologically

Since the dawn of the Enlightenment, biblical scholarship has grown increasingly skeptical and specialized. Books of the Bible are studied in isolation from the rest of the canon, and scholars are experts in Matthew, Isaiah, or Genesis, rather than...

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