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Time in the Bible

“The biblical view of time is radically different from both ancient philosophical and modern scientific views. In the Bible, time is personal.”

Workshop with Peter Leithart

“The Bible Thinks” workshops help Christians think through and apply biblical thinking to complex and current topics. About this Event…

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Jesus the Philosopher

Jesus talked like a philosopher and acted like a philosopher—but he also claimed to be more than a philosopher.

Call for Proposals: Course Development Grants

The Center for Hebraic Thought (CHT) is offering two grants up to $4,000 each for the equivalent of a three-credit university course/module offered in your home institution for the 2020-21 academic year.

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How Paul’s Philosophical Convictions Challenge the Church

Dr. Ryan O’Dowd takes on Paul’s supposedly anti-philosophical rhetoric in 1 Corinthians, showing that “faith, hope, and love” are actually philosophical concepts for the church.

Did the Biblical Authors Care about Conspiracy Theories?

Excerpt from the original article at Christianity Today magazine: Conspiracy thinking injects itself at this exact point. Who will guide…

Painting of Hagar and Ishmael in the wilderness

Family Conflicts and the Restoration of the Cosmos, Part I: Morality amid Oppression and Humility

Surprisingly, the destructiveness, and even violence, evident within Abraham and Sarah’s family are exactly what suits it to God’s restorative purpose. This family is God’s answer to a violent and destructive world.

Part of the Family Conflicts and the Restoration of the Cosmos series

A Hebraic Approach to History: Response to Doran’s “The Theology of Foreign Policy”

Whether Americans adopt an Hebraic or Hellenic kind of theological worldview depends largely on if they identify more closely with an Hebraic or Hellenic kind of Christianity. The biggest determining factor may be one’s view of Scripture.