- The Bible Project Blog experience’s impact on my new novel The Intersection.
- “Turn the Other Cheek?”: The Bible Project Blog
- Daniel Helminiak’s What the Bible Really Says about Homosexuality: Positive Homosexual Depictions in the Bible
- Daniel Helminiak’s What the Bible Really Says about Homosexuality Curbing Abusive Homosexual Sex Specifically, not Homosexuality in General
- Daniel Helminiak’s What the Bible Really Says about Homosexuality What Romans Refers to as “Unnatural”
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Tag Archives: Gospel of Matthew
So What’s the Point? What Lasting Impact Does Helms Make on My Understanding of the Gospels?
So What’s the Point? In the summer of 2004, I dated a guy (whom I will call Chris) for a hot minute. He volunteered with a Christian organization in Camden, and although we were clearly not going to work out, … Continue reading
Who Wrote Matthew? Helms Investigates How Matthew Re-Wrote Mark
Who Wrote Matthew? When I teach research, I stress how important the quality of sources is. Today’s students have grown up with no (or little) knowledge of what life was like before the Internet, so they’ve always grown up with … Continue reading
The Bible’s New Testament: The Gospel of Matthew IV – Notable but Less Famous Jesus Moments
If you Google “wasting talent,” a plethora of hits return—8,380,000 to be exact. Judging by a sample of the titles, you can tell that these entries deal with similar content: “Talent Is Not Enough for Success,” “Are We Wasting Talent?” … Continue reading