John McKee talks about a very inconvenient subject for many Bible readers: much of the record of Holy Scripture is present to reveal the faults and mistakes of God’s people. How do we need to better approach Scripture as a warning, with various stories and accounts to be heeded by the righteous?
Messianic Apologetics editor John McKee discusses a very complicated subject matter: ranging from various bodies of extra-Biblical materials commonly employed for interpreting Scripture, to what many might consider questioning the “sufficiency of Scripture.”
Does extra-Biblical literature—ranging from Ancient Near Eastern mythology, classical Greco-Roman works, Second Temple and post-Second Temple Jewish works, and early Christians writings—have any role to play in our theology?
There are some teachers you will encounter, who can seemingly only focus their attention on one particular issue or subject matter. How problematic can this be not only for theology, but also for body ministry?