The Beatitudes are super-famous even among non-Bible people, but what do they mean and where do they fit in the bigger picture of Jesus' teaching?
he Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) is a spectacular chunk of Bible that gives us a long look at who Jesus is and what he's about.
Where did the chapters and verse numbers in the Bible come from, and are they a good idea?
This time around, we are looking at how Christians have reconciled the New Testament manuscripts throughout the centuries.
In all the manuscripts that support the Bible, there are hundreds of thousands of points of disagreement. How does that affect your faith?
Let's talk about The Didache, 1 Clement, and The Shepherd of Hermas; three super-popular books among early Christians that weren't considered scripture.
You've probably heard of the Apocrypha (also called the Deuterocanonical Books), and have probably heard some opinions about it too. Here are some more.
In Acts 28 Paul finally makes it Rome. But we don't entirely get closure.
Like I said in the title, in Acts 27, dude completely loses his ship.