Dr. Zachary Cole looks at history, archaeology, and the Bible itself to confirm the trustworthiness of Scripture.
Drawing from his observations of our culture, Dr. Michael Kruger advises pastors to connect with the needs and questions of their congregants.
In the first episode of season 12, Dr. Duncan discusses the importance of sharing the gospel and preparing for a lifetime of ministry.
Dr. Duncan empathizes with church leaders and reminds them of their ultimate hope during discouraging seasons.
Wisdom Wednesday will return for its 12th season in the fall.
Dr. Anderson explains three key distinctions between Christianity and other world religions.
Dr. Allen provides practical advice and encouragement for those who are wondering if they are called to ministry.
Amid challenging circumstances, Dr. Duncan reminds believers to base their worship in hope and trust.
Dr. Keene shares what is important to keep in mind when studying Revelation and encourages believers not to be intimidated by its symbolism.
Dr. Ross explains the significance of the three teaching offices that brought the Word of God to Israel.
In this rerun of a previous Wisdom Wednesday episode, Dr. Carl Ellis discusses how theology has been and is shaped by its historical and cultural contexts.
Dr. Redd provides practical wisdom for loving our neighbors when we disagree with them.
Dr. Swain reminds believers that we don't have to pretend all is well in the face of trials, but that we do have reasons to rejoice as we bear sorrows.
Dr. Kruger explains the factors that influence our beliefs and decisions, arguing that Christianity is the truth, even if those around us reject it.
In the first episode of season 11, Dr. Duncan discusses the need for churches and seminaries to work together to equip pastors to minister well.
In times of turmoil, Dr. Duncan encourages believers to remember God's sovereignty and our calling to be a blessing to our neighbors.
Wisdom Wednesday will return for its 11th season in the spring.