Energion author Herold Weiss, whose new book The End of the Scroll: Biblical Apocalyptic Trajectories is due out the end of this month, has an article on death from an eschatological perspective in Spectrum Magazine this month. It is also available on their web site. While we frequently read eschatological literature in order to know […]
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Tonight we begin a series of hangouts on the apostle Paul. My guests will be Dr. Herold Weiss, author of Meditations on the Letters of Paul and Allan R. Bevere, author of Colossians & Philemon: A Participatory Study Guide (forthcoming within days). We start at 7:00 pm central time and will be discussing this for […]
This exciting new title is now available both in print and for Kindle. Energion owner Henry Neufeld has a few notes on this title on his Threads blog.
Brian LePort has a review of Herold Weiss’s book Creation in Scripture. It’s a nice review along with a summary of the contents. LePort is quite correct in noting that this is not an academic book. That’s not it’s purpose. In fact, it’s purpose is precisely what he recommends it for: Overall it was a […]
Energion author Herold Weiss will speak at a conference Genesis & Beyond: Celebrating Faith in a Polarized Age, sponsored by the Association of Adventist Forums. Weiss is the author of Energion title Finding My Way in Christianity, and we will be shortly announcing a new book by him on the doctrine of creation in scripture.
Dr. Herold Weiss takes on the topic of Biblical archeology and whether there should be such a specific field. A short excerpt: Not long afterwards it was questioned whether there was such a thing as biblical archaeology. Finding material artifacts that help us to understand better ancient history tells us nothing specific about the Bible […]
Energion author Dr. Herold Weiss writes an interesting article on science and faith in the current issue of Spectrum. Amongst other things, he notes: Those who see the advances of science as a threat to Christian faith misunderstand both science and faith. I agree with those who think that faith and science do not function […]