Who were the sons of God referred to in Genesis 6, and what are we to make of the Nephilim? We basically have two sets of answers – the first is boring, and the second is exciting.
Where Ortlund cites Augustine to urge greater humility in debates about the meaning of Genesis 1-3, he comes back often to Young Earth Creationism adherents especially.
In-depth discussion of Genesis with my neighbor two houses down, as well as our friend and pastor, has peppered my week surrounding the question of animal death before the Fall.
What do Elon Musk, the Georgia Guidestones, whether Christians should get into politics, and JD Hall have in common? We’re going to talk about all of them on this episode. That’s what.
Perhaps in the course of this rundown you will get some inspiration to join me on Goodreads and set a reading goal for 2022. Or maybe you will just get some good ideas for titles you might be interested in reading, or not reading, in the year ahead.
What if Charlemagne had the right of it, though? At least in some important ways, though certainly not all respects, I think he did.