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The global impact of the Protestant Reformation is difficult to overestimate. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Joseph Wood describes three important results from the Protestant movements that re-centered the church on the gospel.

We are pleased to release Scripture and the Life of God by David F. Watson. In its pages, he leads us into a way of reading the Bible that assumes it is God's gift to the world for the purpose of forming a special people.

In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Sandra Richter shares the story of King Josiah, who reformed the people of God and brought them back to living under God's covenant (2 Kings 22; 2 Chronicles 34).

The Bible reveals a whole and healing gospel. Good News! Today however, a third of the gospel is missing from much evangelical preaching, teaching, and...

Why do we engage Scripture for discipleship? Andrew Thompson explains both the why and how in today's blog post.

Join Aaron Perry as he talks to Mike Strauss and Chris Reese, editors of the new Dictionary of Christianity and Science: The Definitive Reference for the Interpretation of Christian Faith and Contemporary Science.

What is the most quoted verse in the New Testament? The answer may surprise you! Read more from Steve Seamands as he explains the significance of this verse for us theologically and spiritually.

As God's Word, the Bible has the power to shape us into a transformed people of God that testifies to his holy love for all of creation. We are pleased to provide footage of the entire interview with Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Ben Witherington on this important topic here now.

For those who have become disillusioned with Scripture, there remains hope for encountering God afresh. In today's video, Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Ben Witherington offer helpful tips for those seeking to reorient themselves with God's saving word.

Many Christians refer to the 400 years between the Old and New Testaments as the "silent years." In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Caleb Friedeman suggests that this is a mistake.