Over the years, I have read several of Bart Ehrman‘s books. If you are not familiar with him, Ehrman is a New Testament scholar, and now holds the chair as the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has written 25 books, three of which… Read More What is the Value in Ehrman’s Books? They Inspire Questions, Not Answers
Cheryl offers: I began to wonder as each Olympic athlete stepped to the podium to be awarded their medal if they were using just a few bouquets of flowers and passing them around between events. They all looked the same! As it turns out, my friend in Canada, Lyn Kyneston, solved the mystery for me.… Read More Olympic Flowers
Cheryl Offers: Sara and I were recently speaking to a colleague when we heard “People don’t change. All my thesis research proved it.” Now this person is someone I respect a great deal and admire for their accomplishments. I was shocked to hear this fall out of their mouth – with conviction. I asked a question to ensure I had… Read More Can Leaders Change or Not? That is the Question!