The dozen or so books in the Apocrypha were all written during the 400 years between the old and new testaments. They are useful history and teaching but were never meant to be taught as scripture.
In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity Podcast, Drew and David discuss the apocrypha. Listen to our Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher. Look for new Episodes every Tuesday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform? Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. You can also listen directly from the side bar on Continue Reading
In this episode of The Tent Making Christianity QCQ Podcast, Drew and David discuss the different types of Bible translations. Listen to our Weekly Quick Challenge Question Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music or Stitcher. New Episodes are released every Thursday. Don’t see your podcast listening platform? Email us and we will add them to our distribution list. You can Continue Reading
During college I took an Intercultural Communication course. The class was fairly unremarkable, but the text book gave no shortage of interesting material. One chapter in particular, written by one Professor Mary Fong, comparing Taoism and Christianity, taught me to be very careful how much stock to put in my text books when it comes Continue Reading
Thanksgiving is just a few days away for us here in the United States. I‘d like to tell you how thankful I am for all of you that follow the blog and podcast. And thank you for the warm reception my work has received. I have been truly blessed by this experience! Thanksgiving has always Continue Reading
As I mentioned in my podcast earlier this week, one of the first things to make me seriously consider Christianity was the discovery that Jesus actually existed in history. This came as a complete shock to me. I had always assumed that Jesus was a myth just like Zeus, Apollo, Osiris, Mithras and a host Continue Reading
Some of you may remember the game show, “Truth or Consequences”. The program began on radio in 1940. In 1957, the show made the jump to television where it was hosted by, among others, Bob Barker. On the program, contestants were given roughly two seconds to answer a trivia question correctly (usually an off-the-wall question Continue Reading