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David and Jerusalem

After being crowned King of Judah and then eventually of Israel (the northern tribes) in Hebron, David moved to conquer Jerusalem.  Evidently it was his “general” Joab who with his men who surprised the Jebusites inside of the city by gaining access via the… 440 more words

Jerusalem

Radical Faith in the Face of Ruthless Suffering

This semester I am taking a course entitled, “Interpreting Daniel.” It is what you would expect–a verse by verse exegetical examination of the book of Daniel. 1,175 more words

Theology

The Preaching of John Broadus in Light of Biblical Theology

Introduction: The Life of John Broadus (1827-1895)

While the prince of preachers was proclaiming the gospel in London (Charles Spurgeon) there was another prince busy expounding Scripture in the village churches of Virginia and Kentucky. 2,388 more words

Preaching

An Article on the Significance of Women in the Gospel of Luke

TITLE: Between Mary and Zechariah: Understanding the Significance of Women in the Gospel of Luke

Introduction

With an abundance of challenges to femininity and its compatibility to the ancient Biblical text, it is time for an article to come out that addresses both Jesus’ and the Biblical writer’s radical view of women! 2,076 more words

Sermon: The Purpose of Community

You will notice that I reference a woman named Carol Boo in the sermon. This past week Mrs. Carol tragically lost her life when a truck crashed into her home. 78 more words

Religion

Taken off Death Row & Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor

Keller, bingo!

“It is important to realize how much more is promised here than mere forgiveness. Many people think Jesus died merely to forgive us. Our sins were laid on him, and we are pardoned when we believe in him. 156 more words

Law And Gospel

Sucking Oxygen

“Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching.” 2 Timothy 4:2

I’ve been told that Christians are self-righteous. 770 more words

Author Jeffrey H King