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G. K. Beale on Revelation: A Shorter Commentary

In this excerpt from his preface to Revelation: A Shorter Commentary, G. K. Beale (who is J. Gresham Machen Chair of New Testament and professor of New Testament and biblical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary) explains why and how he wrote this shorter, more accessible version of his masterful New International Greek Testament Commentary… 680 more words

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New Amillennial Recommendations

We have just added two new recommendations for our readers who wish to further their study of eschatology.

We have added Biblical Eschatology by Jonathan Menn to our… 348 more words

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New Testament Biblical Theology on Itunes

Dr. G.K. Beale has posted a number of lectures stemming from his book New Testament Biblical Theology for free on iTunes. There are a total of 22 lectures available and they are definitely worthy of a careful listen.

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New Materials on Daniel

We’ve added several new resources that should prove helpful in understanding the prophecies of Daniel (and certain New Testament prophecies as well). You can find them here, in  218 more words

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Considering The Erosion of Inerrancy in Evangelicalism

Back in 2009 I was a spectator in a Presbytery debate about a pastor wanting to transfer into said Presbytery. The concerning symptoms were doubting the historicity of Job and Jonah as well as uncertainty about the number of authors for his favorite book of the Bible, Isaiah. 696 more words

Updated Sermons by G.K. Beale on the Revelation

We had posted a series of sermons by Greg Beale on the book of Revelation, but the list was incomplete. Now we have acquired the rest of the sermons… 23 more words

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The Storyline of the Bible: Creation and New Creation

One reason I love reading theology books is because they help me understand the Bible in ways that I could never know if I only read the Bible for myself. 583 more words

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