New Podcast Season: “The Problem of Good (and Evil)”

“These short essays are packed with quality scholarship and insight into a more multidimensional approach to ‘the biblical world of gender.’ This approach will certainly help shape our future discussions on the proscriptive texts.” —Aimee Byrd, author of The Sexual Reformation

“By starting with the material culture of Israelite and Jewish communities, the authors bring women out of isolation and into their proper place as valuable contributors to the community.” —Cyndi Parker, owner and creative director of Narrative of Place

New Video Course:

Introducing Hebraic Thought: A Biblical Philosophy of Truth

Gain a better understanding of the thought-world of the Bible with Introducing Hebraic Thought: A Biblical Philosophy of Truth (BI210). Hebraic thought, according to Dr. Dru Johnson, is the thinking, concepts, and practices that emerge consistently across the biblical literature from the Hebrew Bible into the New Testament. In this course, Dru Johnson looks at the philosophical tradition embedded in Scripture. He explores how the biblical writers communicated and described the marks of Hebraic thought. You’ll come away from the course with increased biblical literacy and fluency and a better appreciation of the intellectual tradition of the Bible.

What people think about Human Rites


Human Rites is a compelling, challenging, and convicting read.”
Karen Swallow Prior

“Prepare to rethink everything you thought you knew about religious rituals!”
Tim Mackie, Co-Creator of The Bible Project

“I would actually recommend
this book to my friends.”

wife of the author
(upon reading a rough draft)

Human Rites is a game changer for the practice of Protestant Christianity.”
Anthony Bradley, author of Ending Overcriminalization and Mass Incarceration