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Where Do We Discover Wisdom?

Every worldview has a suggestion for where to find its own brand of wisdom. But there is one source that is ultimately reliable. Solomon encourages us to value it (Proverbs 3), and David models valuing it (Psalm 19).

Ancient World History (Slides)

Ancient World History (Slides)

Ancient World History is a look at history during biblical times through the lens of the Bible. These slides were first presented as part of an Ancient World History class at the Tyndale Theological Seminary and Biblical Institute Learning Center in Parrish, Florida,...

The Relevance of Biblical Hermeneutics for the Christian Life

How we interpret the Bible matters. In fact, biblical hermeneutics have an incredible relevance for the Christian life. As God’s word brings us a much more detailed knowledge of our Creator (2 Tim 3:16-17, 2 Pet 1:20-21), we learn through this word of our failure (Rom...

Personalizing the Gemba Walk

From the Japanese term gemba, referring to “the real place,” the Gemba (or Genba) Walk is a concept applied in several improvement and efficiency models to understand through observation what is really taking place in the place where the work is actually being done,...

What’s Love Got To Do With It?

How we love our wives matters to God. He designed the marriage relationship to be mutually beneficial, and requires that husbands "love your wives as Christ loved the church  and gave Himself up for her" (Ephesians 5:25) – if we are not...

Six Principles for Organizational Leadership

An organizational leadership researcher asked me these six questions. These brief answers are from a Biblical worldview, and are broadly applicable in any organizational leadership setting. I think they illustrate how helpful the Bible is for (among other reasons)...

Dr. Gary Gilley’s Review of Redacted Dominionism

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Church and Ministry Statistics and Their Implications for Leadership Training

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Forged From Reformation: How Dispensational Thought Advances the Reformed Legacy

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Ethical Implications of Stephen Hawking’s Perspective on the Brain

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The Importance of Rational Disinterestedness For Critical Thought and Civil Discourse

Loyalty is a...