Does the 1967 Scofield leave the thee’s and thou’s? I have grown to appreciate them. There are certain words which do need updating to be sure, but I kind of like the thee’s and thou’s.
A question from my book The Troubled Church:
Here’s a note via the contact form, and since it does not contain an email address I can’t respond to it (if you send a message via the contact form, be sure to include an email address if you’re asking for a reply).
The Bible translation debate continues to create questions — how do you pick a translation to use? Are they really different?
Perhaps one of the oldest questions is Why is there evil in the world? Or to put it a different way, why do bad things happen to good people?
A debate rages regarding the meaning of “day” in Genesis. Some argue the day means what we understand it to be — a period of 24 hours — while others argue the Hebrew can mean “age”, thus the creation could have taken billions of years; some people attempt to reconcile the Bible with evolution (a situation which leaves both sides wanting.
I recently received an email asking about living with a legalistic spouse and the difficulties it can cause — especially with other family and children.
Q: How does a Christian live with a legalistic spouse?
Did Jesus Lie?
Occasionally we stumble across (or someone recommends) a scholar touted as the ultimate answer to rebut Christianity and promote (presumably) atheism, or at the least the absurdity of Christianity.