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Jan
28
Exodus 3 – Ruth’s Chris Bible Study (video)

Exodus 3 – Ruth’s Chris Bible Study (video)

Hi Dojo readers, Today at our Tuesday Ruth’s Chris Lunchtime Bible Study we looked at Exodus 3 and the call of Moses. After 40 years of shepherding in obscurity in Midian (what is today northwest Saudi Arabia), Moses has a face to face  encounter with the the God of his people. We’re introduced to the […]

Jan
14
Exodus 1 – God IS King! (video)

Exodus 1 – God IS King! (video)

Hi Dojo readers! Today we started back up with our Tuesday lunchtime Bible study at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse (the Fairview location near South Park Mall here in Charlotte, for those who are local!). It’s a new year and a new book–Exodus! About 10 years ago I taught through the book of Exodus in a home small group […]

Nov
20
Romans: The Letter That Changed the World (week 6 audio)

Romans: The Letter That Changed the World (week 6 audio)

Hi Dojo readers, Here is the audio from the final week of the study of Romans I taught at Good Shepherd UMC over the past 6 weeks. In it we finally get to the entire purpose in Paul’s writing to the Roman believers. Rather than being an aside or appendix on good behavior, Romans 12-15 is […]

Nov
19
Beware “Christian” Authors

Beware “Christian” Authors

“Christians have a desire to understand God correctly. Yet the Bible can be an incredibly confusing book. Understanding how to live out our relationship with God is a difficult task. So we want help. We want people to help us understand God, the Bible, and to help us grow in our relationship with Him. So we buy curriculum, we read books, we visit blogs. Unfortunately most of what we’re consuming has zero nutritional value.”

Oct
27
Romans: The Letter That Changed the World (week 3 audio)

Romans: The Letter That Changed the World (week 3 audio)

Hi Dojo readers, For those who cannot be here in Charlotte in person to attend the Romans class I’m currently teaching at GSUMC, here is the audio from last week’s session. We began to look at the next overall section of Romans, chs. 5-8. Here’s the link: http://www.gsumclifegroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/FallRomans/RomansWeek3.MP3

Oct
22
Romans: The Letter That Changed the World (week 2 audio)

Romans: The Letter That Changed the World (week 2 audio)

Hi Dojo readers, For those who cannot be here in Charlotte in person to attend the Romans class I’m currently teaching at GSUMC, here is the audio from last week’s session. We look at Paul’s diatribe with his hypothetical interlocuter and see what is arguably perhaps the very heart of New Testament theology: the continuity […]

Sep
23
Ruth’s Chris Bible Study – Gen. 41 (vid)

Ruth’s Chris Bible Study – Gen. 41 (vid)

Hi Dojo readers, After a month of dealing with a camera that kept shutting off halfway through the sessions, I’m happy to announce that a generous couple who support the teaching ministry of Disciple Dojo were kind enough to donate a brand new camcorder so that the Tuesday sessions can once again be recorded! Supporters […]

Jul
23
The single most effective way I know of to study the Bible in our digital age

The single most effective way I know of to study the Bible in our digital age

“Doing the process I’ve suggested above is the single best way I have personally ever found to grasp the overall context–and thus the overall foundational teaching and “big idea”–of the various books that make up this library we call the Bible.”

Jun
17
Bible & Science: Friends or Foes?? (Free audio sessions!)

Bible & Science: Friends or Foes?? (Free audio sessions!)

Hi Dojo readers, It’s going to be a busy couple of weeks for me so I wanted to get this posted today. I leave this week for the Annual Conference of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church (a yearly UM gathering for worship and church business at Lake Junaluska) where I […]

Nov
6
A different look at the story of Noah and the flood

A different look at the story of Noah and the flood

“Here is the rough, somewhat woodenly-literal translation I put together which seeks to leave the ambiguities of the text in place for the reader to wrestle with, and also leaves untranslated various Hebrew terms which are found particularly in the Creation narratives or which can be interpreted in more than one way.”

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