A FUNNY THING HAPPENED TO ME on my way through paraphrasing the Book of Hebrews for the Casual English Bible. By the way, yesterday was the day I finished the
FOR VALENTINE’S DAY, I videotaped a three-minute reading from the most famous love song in the Bible: Christian Love Song. Oddly, a bachelor wrote it. Way to go, Apostle Paul.
I HAVE 100 NEW BOOKS that I need to get the dickens out of my office. They’re wonderful books, I believe. But they’re doing nobody any good boxed up here.
PREMIERING THIS EVENING at 6 o’clock Central Time: “Antichrists crawling all over the place.” I pulled this title of my newest Bible-related video from 1 John 2:18 in the Casual
HERE’S THE DEAL. I just posted the letters of 1-2 Peter and Jude online in the Casual English Bible®. If you are first to find a particular typo or some
BEFORE WE CHRISTIANS VOTE with our pocketbooks—like some people do who don’t bother with God—there’s a jolt waiting for us in Bible books of the prophets. One prophet in particular,
KING JAMES VERSION of the Bible captures the story of Jesus’ birth in wonderful Shakespearean poetry. There’s good reason this Bible sounds so much like William Shakespeare was on the
DEBATING ABOUT TRUMP with my fellow Christians reminds me of yelling into the Grand Canyon. What I hear is an echo. It caught me off guard this past week, after
I USED TO WRITE for Mark Galli, now the editor in chief of a magazine founded by Billy Graham, Christianity Today. That was back when Mark edited Christian History magazine.
ONE OF MY READERS posted a note asking, “Where is Stephen M. Miller in these troubled times?” Like I could fix it. Actually, most anyone with common sense could fix