A few weeks ago the Institute was privileged to host our first pastors gathering in Monterey, CA. We have hosted three gatherings of Bible scholars in Chicago and Cape Town, South Africa over the past couple years, but have always wanted to have small, intimate conversations with pastors – the folks on the front lines […]
About Alex Goodwin
Alex Goodwin joined the Institute as a project manager in 2014 when it was a part of Biblica. During his time at Biblica he helped develop resources for Community Bible Experience and built new communications platforms while managing projects ranging from a scholars forum in Chicago to a Bible research partnership in the UK. Alex currently lives in Colorado Springs, CO.
Entries by Alex Goodwin
Yesterday desiringgod.com, the website affiliated with pastor and author John Piper, posted an interview with Glenn Paauw, one of our Directors and author of Saving the Bible From Ourselves. The interview, titled A Short History of Bible Clutter, focused primarily on the modernization of the Bible and the consequences of engaging with a Bible that […]
A couple of months ago my wife and I decided to binge-watch the Lord of the Rings trilogy for approximately the millionth time. We were on the couch in the middle of the third movie, watching the tension build as Sauron’s army marched to overtake Minas Tirith, when a friend who was staying with us […]
We are excited to welcome Andy Crouch as the second member of our Board of Advisors, joining Philip Yancey. Andy is the author of Strong and Weak, Playing God, and Culture Making, as well as the executive editor of Christianity Today. He serves on the governing boards of Fuller Theological Seminary, the Council for Christian […]
Humans, as a species, tend to strive for order over chaos. Structure over disarray. We form governments, education systems, complex road systems, and most of us have some sort of set structure to our daily schedule. We like chapters and verses because they give our Bibles a structure we can grasp. They make things easy […]