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8. God’s Covenant Faithfulness to the Patriarchs


Looking back to the fall and the spread of human rebellion we continually saw that God’s response was to initiate and provide for reconciliation. We saw that in the garden he sought out rebellious man and paired with judgment issued a gracious promise. 1,243 more words


"The Psalter" by Martin Luther

“The Psalter ought to be a precious and beloved book, if for no other reason than this: it promises Christ’s death and resurrection so clearly—and pictures His kingdom and the condition and nature of all Christendom—that it might well be called a little Bible. 752 more words

Quotable Quotes

Book Review: Charles E. Shepherd, Theological Interpretation and Isaiah 53

Shepherd, Charles E. Theological Interpretation and Isaiah 53: A Critical Comparison of Bernhard Duhm, Brevard Childs, and Alec Motyer. The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies 598. 1,109 more words

Book Reviews

"Sectarian" Traditions of the Second Temple Period

In a previous post, I commented on the importance of the Old Testament pseudepigrapha for 21st century Christians and Jews. Click here to read the original post… 369 more words

General Musings

The Biblical Story of Priestly Glory

On Monday, I made the case that we should understand the imago dei in priestly terms. To develop that idea a bit, let me show how the biblical story line can be understood through the lens of the priesthood, as well. 952 more words


I Am The Resurrection And The Life

This is an excerpt from the sermon I preached this past Sunday at Fairview Baptist Church. You can listen to the whole thing here… 525 more words