I’ve enjoyed his talks, such as “What Really Happened At Nicaea?” where he tackled the Da Vinci Code myths head-on.
I’m curious to know in what light he views the Church - I can’t seem to find much on that particularly.
I think I recall seeing him quoted in a FB post on my feed some time ago about the importance of studying and understanding the Scriptures in their Ancient Near Eastern cultural milieu; and I think I remember seeing something like, “Not through any other lenses, be they Methodist, Reformed, Catholic . . . [and so on]” Otherwise, you’ll never get the fullness of the message intended, kind of thing. So, the implication is that the “Catholic” set of classes would give you a skewed picture; thus, it can’t be the truth.
That was a while ago, and I might be a little off. Midnight shift fog happening.
Anyone out there know?