Based on what I hear, the trendiest stories that trend on Twitter these days are ones with “lists.” Top ten of this… Five ways of that… So as not to be accused of not being hip to modern modes of messaging, I’m offering my own list. As an Old Testament professor, sometimes I feel as if I have a neon … Read More
Instead of settling for what is paltry and passing at Christmas, Christians should adopt the attitude and outlook of Zechariah, the father of John the Baptist.
We are sometimes unmotivated to do the work of biblical exegesis because we confuse standing on the shoulders of those who interpreted before us with sitting in their laps waiting to be exegetically burped.
Modern day Christians often gloss over the term Messiah without fully appreciating its depth and import, stemming from the Old Testament.
Consider using James Ware’s book when studying Paul’s letters.
Perhaps the single most disgusting cliché in Christianity today is “God never gives you more than you can handle.” I have heard it on the lips of well-meaning pastors and weeping widows. I am sure that, somewhere along the way, I even used it at time or two (God forgive me). The origin of this pernicious lie is undoubtedly the … Read More
An alternative perspective by Dr. Michael Duduit to a recent article by Dr. Channing Crisler on the necessity of knowing biblical Greek.
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