Although Jesus is certainly one of the most-quoted religious speakers in all of history, his recorded public addresses are strikingly different than the sermons and speeches we’re accustomed to hearing from religious leaders and teachers today. Jesus made heavy use of the parable as a teaching method. His parables are provocative, memorable, and occasionally mystifying. […]
It’s not a secret that many people, Christians included, find the Old Testament more challenging and difficult to understand than the New Testament. The reasons for this are many and much-discussed; foremost among them is the great cultural and literary gap between our era and Iron Age Mesopotamia. What it means is that while Christians […]
We’re pleased to announce a new addition to our library of Bibles: the Lexham English Bible (LEB) New Testament! Two major characteristics distinguish the LEB from other modern Bible translations.
The last time I read through the book of Acts, I paid particular attention to the miracles of the apostles. I was a bit surprised to note how often the apostles performed miracles, especially physical healing.