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MoM — Genesis 12–50 — The Promise to the Patriarchs

Although I do not have time to cover the “Patriarchal Promise” during my 20 minute session on the Mount of Olives I spend time on it when teaching my class “Jerusalem: Earthly City Heavenly Symbol.”  This in spite of the fact that the promise does not specifically mention Jerusalem it although it does mention plethora of topics related to Jerusalem:  God’s People; the Land of Canaan; God Being with Abraham’s Descendants; Kings;  Divine Blessing for Gentiles; and Eternality. 590 more words


A House of Light – Part 2: Uncreated Light

I FIRST ENCOUNTERED THE CONCEPT OF UNCREATED LIGHT reading a book on Christian aesthetics, in a discussion of how art affects the mind and the senses. 512 more words

Biblical Theology

Patrick Fairbairn on the Law's Promise of Life

Patrick Fairbairn was a 19th-century minister in the Free Church of Scotland and Professor of Church History and Exegesis at Free Church College in Glasgow (now Trinity College). 455 more words


Fight…But in a Good Way

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7

“You only fight the fights you can win? 1,255 more words

Author Jeffrey H King

Renewing of the Mind and the Role of Higher Education

In Romans 12.2 the apostle Paul writes, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect… 852 more words

Biblical Theology

New Position at CBMW

I am excited to announce that I have been promoted to lead editor at CBMW, specifically for the Manual channel.  Manual is the men’s channel, and it is a big part of the content production on the website—alongside of the women’s and family channels.   220 more words

Christian Living

An Objection to Boxes: Jesus and the Old Testament

There are no valid objections to faith. Faith is not in the realm of validity, and one cannot “object” to it any more than one can “object” to the ocean. 1,095 more words