Although many approaches to reading the Bible are practiced in universities today, historical criticism continues to demand attention because it so often threatens the faith of those who are unprepared to respond to it.This article attempts to help readers see that this method is often grounded in naturalistic assumptions—assumptions which Christians have no good reason to accept, and many good reasons to reject..
Ancient Perspectives on Happiness
This article explores what happiness is—and how it might be wisely pursued (and even attained). After examining several pagan views from the ancient world, Michael Gleghorn argues for a view set forth by the great church father, Augustine.
The REliability of Kings & Chronicles
I was inspired to write this article (which has been co-authored with Rodger Young) as a result of conversations with my wife, who struggled mightily with the “mysterious numbers” in Kings and Chronicles for quite some time before encountering the help provided in the book by Edwin Thiele and, more particularly, the articles of Rodger Young.