Scripture Archives - Seedbed

Wesley was "a man of one book," meaning that for doctrine, devotion, and especially preaching, the Bible played an indispensable role. Using Wesley's quote as a basic guide for reading Scripture, we may glean a healthy and balanced process of encountering God in Scripture by these 6 steps: read, pray, compare, meditate, consult, teach.

When it comes to biblical interpretation, Christians must do their best to leave their biases aside and be open to how the text might...

Happy new year! Whether you're preparing a midnight church service, meditating on Scripture with your family, or entering your prayer closet, here are 12 bible verses for the new year. We pray that 2015 would be a rich experience of God's holy love for you personally, your family, your neighborhood, your church, and all of creation.

In the rubble that filled the Jerusalem streets following the 1967 Six-Day War, archaeologists scrambled to see what the bombs had unearthed before the...

All of the 150 psalms have been shaped out of divine inspiration and authorization as well as human spirituality including the intellect, emotions, body,...

Rob Bell, author of Love Wins, has recently published a new book entitled, What We Talk about When We Talk about God.  Those who...
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Rather than the Old Testament teaching a religion of works, it consistently reveals a God who redeems his people by grace.
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Is same-sex marriage compatible with Christian faith? Dr. Ben Witherington III addresses this question and explains how Scripture focuses on behavior not inclinations or orientation.    

How should we understand Genesis 1-2 in context? What are the issues involved? Dr. Sandy Richter leads us in an introduction to these few chapters that are so foundational to the Christian faith. She argues that the central question for readers of the biblical text should be, "What is this author trying to say?"

One of the most insidious tendencies is to see all of Scripture through the lens of Romans. This bias goes way back in history.