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A Biblical Theology of Hands Part 1: What does the Hands of men in the Bible reveal?

Introduction

Police officers are always observing people’s hands.  Are they reaching for a weapon?  The suspects’ hands are clenching-is the suspect ready to strike?  Are they hiding something?   688 more words

Christianity

Salvation in Fresh Perspective

When we lose the complex backdrop of God’s World Renewal Plan when reading the New Testament and interpreting God’s salvation into our daily lives, it will greatly impact the way we think about salvation.

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Holiness In Fresh Perspective

Announcement: Sunday Series on A Biblical Theology of Hands

There is no substitute for the Word of God.  As much as we share things related to apologetics, worldviews and theology, we must always give Scripture its important role in our lives.   81 more words

Christianity

Mercy all the way down: Paul's message in Romans 3

Ted Grimsrud

A sermon preached at Shalom Mennonite—April 12, 2015—Romans 3:9-31

There is a famous story that almost for sure didn’t really happen. But it’s kind of funny and it provides a metaphor I want to adapt for this sermon. 2,854 more words

Biblical Theology

New Testament Theology Annotated Bibliography

In 1787, J. P. Gabler delivered his oration on the distinction between biblical and systematic theology. Since then, NT theology has developed into a wide field of its own. 3,963 more words

New Testament

P3 A Study on God's Provision of Healing in James 5:13-16 - Anointing with Oil and God's Provision of Healing

James 5:13-16 (NASB) “Is anyone among you suffering? Then he must pray. Is anyone cheerful? He is to sing praises. 14 Is anyone among you sick? 1,478 more words

Christian Life

Matthew Henry on Christ in the Old Testament

How should we think about reading the Old Testament?  How about the way Jesus himself read it?  Commenting on Jesus meeting with the disciples on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35), Matthew Henry gives us some broad help in thinking through Jesus’ fulfillment of the Old Testament. 528 more words

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