The AxPx Podcast 20: Whitewashing The Bible

The History Channel‘s presentation of the miniseries “event” The Bible has sparked reactions of all kinds. From Mega-Church Evangelicals like Rick Warren and Joel Olsteen enthusiasm about the “power” of the show, to biblical scholars such as Dr. Joel M. Hoffman voicing their distain for the show. After the first episode aired, we read many opinions […]

The AxPx Podcast 18: The Skeptic’s Annotated Bible

  In 1989, Steve Wells began creating what is now The Skeptic’s Annotated Bible (SAB). First it was something for his personal use but 24 years later it has become a valuable internet resource for Skeptics, Atheists and Agnostics. The SAB has just been released in book form and will no doubt be a “conversation […]

AxPx Guest Post: A Response to Dr. Bart D. Ehrman’s Critique of the KJV Bible

[EDITOR’S NOTE: We’re going to start posting “Guest Posts” here and there. Sometimes we’ll get emails or comments that are just too long to address or post under the comments area. Hopefully, this is a way to continue the conversation of a particular topic. The opinions held in these articles don’t necessarily reflect the opinion […]

The AxPx Podcast 6: Babies, Tobacco and The Book Of Job

Back from a 2 month hiatus with spit-up on my shoulder, I discuss fatherhood, pipe tobacco, scotch and then dive into The Book Of Job!

The AxPx Podcast 5: Is The Christian Bible Inerrant, Fiction or Something Else?

Joey Avalos returns to discuss our thoughts on whether The Bible is inerrant. What does that mean to a Christian if The Bible is not inerrant? Links to things brought up in the discussion: Bart D. Ehrman Dale Martin: Introduction to The New Testament History and Literature ELCA Sexuality (A look at what Scripture actually says […]

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