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How to motivate older kids without using rewards, punishment or fear. (No, really.)

Bo Burnham’s movie “Eighth Grade” brilliantly captures the challenges facing tweens and teens. Kids at that age are experiencing a complicated and often awkward time of self-discovery and growth<i>.</i> They are concerned with their identity and sense of self, yet much of what they see and experience can …

Pedagogy

Lawrence: Genocide in Joshua misunderstood

The whole Bible, not just the OT, is one great story. It has a beginning, middle, and an ending, just like any other book. Sentiments regarding the …

When a Stranger Decides to Destroy Your Life

Monika Glennon has lived in Huntsville, Alabama, for the last 12 years. Other than a strong Polish accent, she fits a certain stereotype of the …

Internet

6 Things Archaeology is Telling Us About the Real Jesus – Page 7

Many archaeology finds confirm the New Testament and the very things mentioned in the Gospels. We can speak with certainty about events throughout …

Archaeology

Is Second Peter a Fraud?

June 21, 2018 by Tom Hobson<p>Second Peter is the best example of an accused fraud, more than any other book of the Bible. If Second Peter does not come …

History of Heresy Course

My Logos Mobile course on The History of Heresy is now available for purchase through Faithlife. You can a preview here and here. I originally wanted …

How to Talk to Your Teen

Just when you think you’ve got parenting covered, your child becomes a teen. Now it’s a whole new world to deal with. Gone are the sweet hugs and …

Everything Revolves Around Jesus

<i>This week the blog is sponsored by The Gospel Project, who also wrote this article adapted from Gospel Foundations Volume 1: The God Who …

The Gnostic Christ

By Harold Bloom; Harold Bloom<p>professor of humanities at Yale<p>is the author of Kabbalah<p>Criticism<p>of a recent novel<p>The Flight to Lucifer:<p>DURING THE FIRST two centuries of Christianity, the new religion sustained a constant challenge by the Gnostic movement. This movement was regarded by all Christian …

Theology

Wolves in shepherd's clothing

<b>ANALYSIS/OPINION:</b><p>A bit of news you may have missed over the past couple weeks was that of about 2,000 high-profile Christian pastors and church …

Were the Church Fathers all Premillennial?

June 1, 2018 by Jordan Cooper<p>On a recent Q&A program, I was told by a listener that all of the fathers of the church held to a chiliast view of the …

'Holy grail of cancer research': doctors positive about early detection blood test

Blood tests called liquid biopsies show signs of finding 10 different types of cancer at an early stage<p>A blood test for 10 different types of cancers could one day help doctors screen for the disease before patients show symptoms, researchers at the world’s largest gathering of oncologists have …

Cancer

Paul and the End

N.T. Wright recognizes that the message of imminent judgment is central to the mission and ministry of Jesus (cf. Jesus and the Victory of God). He …

7 Catholic symbols from the early Church that we still use today

Look for these symbols in Catholic art and icons.<p>The Catholic faith has a rich tradition of artistic expression in every medium. For over 2,000 years …

Book Review: Christian Women in the Patristic World

Lynn H. Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes Christian Women in the Patristic World: Their Influence, Authority, and Legacy in the Second through Fifth …

11 Common Steak Mistakes (And How To Fix Them)

Finally get that perfect sear.

10 Most Significant Discoveries in the Field of Biblical Archaeology

<i>This sponsored post is adapted from the</i> ESV Archaeology Study Bible<i>—which was created by a team of field-trained archaeologists and features 2,000+</i> …

Why I’m Catholic: One Measly Little Doctrine, Part I - The Coming Home Network

As a “Bible Christian,” I would have said I loved the writings of the Fathers. Of course, what I would have meant is that I loved to read Luther and …

Dad's Psychological Well-Being Impacts His Kids' Development

New research from Michigan State University (MSU) confirms that a father's role as a parent goes far beyond simply being a breadwinner. These …

Mike Bird And Tradition: The NT Is Tradition!

Mike Bird: First, the New Testament is part of the generated tradition of the early church, an account of its story-telling, teaching, and ministry. …

Theology

4 Common myths about the devil

We don't need to fear the devil but we should understand who he is. Here are the basics.<p><b>The fourth myth is that the Devil can make you a rock …

First light which ever shone in universe picked up by astronomers in 'revolutionary' breakthrough

The first light which ever shone in the universe has been detected by astronomers scouring the skies for the earliest stars.<p>Using a simple radio antenna positioned in the quietest place on Earth - the western Australian desert - scientists picked up a signal of the long-sought ‘cosmic dawn.’<p>The …

Universe

Archaeologists Think They've Found First-Ever Evidence of a Legendary Biblical Prophet

This is incredible!<p>The Biblical figure Isaiah who prophesied the coming of the Messiah may have been an actual real person.<p>Researchers have found an …

Major biblical discovery: Archaeologists may have found the Prophet Isaiah's 'signature'

Archaeologists in Israel say that they have found a clay seal mark that may bear the signature of the Biblical Prophet Isaiah.<p>The 2,700-year-old stamped clay artifact was found during an excavation at the foot of the southern wall of Jerusalem’s Temple Mount. In ancient times a seal stamp, or <i>bulla</i>, …

Church History Is the Future of Christian Colleges

A leading historian of evangelicalism thinks that "the study of Church history has ‘a huge role to play’ in the future of Christian higher …

Faith

Roman Roads

The long straight roads built by the Romans wherever they conquered have, in many cases, become just as famous names in history as their greatest …

Nagging Isn’t Necessary: How to Improve a Child’s Behavior Without It

Sometimes we convince ourselves that the only way we can get our kids to do anything is to ask them over and over and over again.<p>In other words… …

5 Problems Kids With Overprotective Parents Are Likely to Experience in Adulthood, According to Science

Hovering over kids gives them a competitive edge in childhood--but it will hold them back in the long-term.<p>Helicopter parents are really helpful to their kids in the short-term. They act like personal concierges who assist their kids with everything from sports equipment to science fair projects. …

Parenting

Aristotle, Priests, and the Art of Preaching

Yes, Aristotle was a pagan, but you can't blame the guy for living centuries before the birth of Christ. You can, however, give him credit for laying …