What is hell, and is it biblical? Part 4: is hell eternal or age-long?
A response to Jacob McMillen and Josiah Pemberton. In this installment, I show that if you believe hell’s duration should be translated as “age-long” rather than “eternal”, you not only mangle basic language, but eviscerate the gospel and spiral into heresy on the nature of God himself.
What is hell, and is it biblical? Part 3: Gehenna
A response to Jacob McMillen and Josiah Pemberton. In this installment, I correct their hasty assertions about how “Gehenna” is mistranslated, by examining its use in Second Temple sources.
If the New Testament says Lord instead of Yahweh, why shouldn’t we?
A good question that leads to some unexpected problems.
Why I love the name Yahweh like I love the name Jesus
If you find it off-putting when Christians speak of Yahweh instead of the LORD, this testimony is for you.
What’s the big deal with translating Yahweh as LORD?
A reader wishes to know.
It’s a name, people.
3 reasons to recover the pronunciations of biblical names
Don’t you hate it when people keep pronouncing your name wrong?