Returning to the exchange I had at Georgia State Law School earlier this month: I want to follow up on some of the comments/criticisms made by my respondent, Prof. Timothy Lytton. In reading the following, it will be helpful to keep in mind that Prof. Lytton is of Orthodox Jewish practice, and thus provides a […]
After my event with the GSU Christian Law Society last October, I was asked to do a follow-up. This time, we cut the talk shorter in hopes to have a little counterpoint and/or Q&A. As you will hear, GSU Law professor Timothy Lytton provided a little orthodox rabbinical perspective over against our biblical law view. […]
Enough people have now reviewed Aronofsky’s Noah and given it the thrashing it deserves. I shall not attempt to add to the righteously angry and sometimes sarc-laden disgust penned by guys like Matt Walsh and Erick Erickson and Larry Stone. I agree with them. But as we rightly denounce just how far from the biblical […]
A stone tablet written in Hebrew is getting a great deal of media attention. The tablet is unique because the inscription is written in ink rather than carved into the stone. It’s been dated to the first-century B.C.