This episode is reproduced from a November interview on the OnScript podcast, courtesy of OnScript. Dr. Dru Johnson interviews Dr….
Note: This special episode is of lower audio quality than usual. It is a live recording of an event. Those…
Sandra Bowden uses Scripture, Hebrew lettering, and Christian artifacts in her biblical art to express God’s relationship with his creation.
Caio Peres explains how the reality of trauma and poverty in Brazil provides a lens for viewing the Bible’s concern for social flourishing.
In this episode, New York Times best-selling author John Hendrix talks about being a Christian illustrator and designer.
The book of Numbers is relevant for our modern world—including our current wandering in the wilderness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Vince Bantu explains how church history shows that biblical thought isn’t a product of a white man’s religion.
Jon Collins, Co-Founder of BibleProject, talks about using animated videos to teach viewers how to read the Bible.
The poetry in Scripture can be hard to understand. And, especially when it is embedded within a story, such as…
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