“...many modern authors supposed that most Ancient and Medieval Christians were anti-scientific flat-earthers, while they were neither." Read More >
Robert Keay earned the PhD in New Testament at the University of St Andrews (Scotland), where he also served as a Teaching Fellow in New Testament. He then moved to Northern Ireland where he taught for several years as a Lecturer in New Testament and Hellenistic Greek at Queen's University, Belfast (N. Ireland). He has recently entered the ministry as Pastor of First Baptist Church, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.
“Antiochene scholars argued that a text could not say more than could be connected to its literal and historical context..” Read More >
“When asking questions about the relationship between the Bible and science it is important to understand and respect the approach the biblical writers take toward the n... Read More >