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"Israel": Two Examples of the Allegorical Use of Israel*

Paul’s use of the term “Israel” is quite fluid throughout his letters.  Knowing when he is referring to the literal people of Israel or when he is using the term allegorically is key to properly interpreting Paul.   858 more words


Acceptance of LGBT Increasingly a Requirement to Participate in Any Aspect of Society and Academia

Michael Kruger, a world-class scholar on the New Testament and the canon of Scripture, brings to our attention the decision by the Society of Biblical Literature to disallow the Christian publisher, InterVarsity Press, from displaying their books at the annual meeting in November in San Antonio, TX. 119 more words


I'm a Fanatic, or a Hypocrite

I have previously defined myself as a biblicist. This means that I Believe the bible from cover to cover, a rarity, and absolute foolishness to most. 1,151 more words

Authorship of Hebrews

The Epistle to the Hebrews is one that has perplexed Christians for generations.  The letter is unlike anything seen in the rest of the New Testament, and uses typology and symbolism to communicate the precious truth of Christ.   2,910 more words

Is anti-abortion biblical?

Not directly, no. But it arguably aligns well with biblical beliefs.

Chris Heard, a rather strong anti-abortionist, sums it up like this:

“Let me be completely clear and honest: …

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Biblical Studies

Jurnal Theologia Aletheia (JTA) Terbaru – September 2016

Rekans, belakangan ini isu mengenai LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Biseksual Transgender Queer) menjadi salah satu isu yang ramai dibicarakan di kalangan masyarakat (khususnya masyarakat barat), termasuk juga di dalam lingkungan gereja. 621 more words

Stefanus Kristianto

Your Identity in Christ

Session 7 | Truth Regarding Your Identity in Christ

Join us as we journey through the Scriptures to be edified together and acquire a connected understanding of God’s grace using one of our favorite resources, ‘ 167 more words