Nathan MacDonald. Deuteronomy and the Meaning of “Monotheism.” 2d ed. Forschungen zum Alten Testament 2. Reihe 1. Edited by Bernd Janowski, Mark S. Smith, and Hermann Spieckermann. 752 more words
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Welcome to the third issue of The Friday Briefing. (If you missed the first and second, they’re available HERE and HERE.) The aim of this weekly briefing is to introduce a wide range of books, articles, and audio and video resources helpful for studying the Bible, for Biblical thinking and understanding, and for Christian discipleship. 1,212 more words
What has been the best book you have read in 2018? For me, it has been a 300+ page study on Leviticus. Yes, Leviticus!
In Romans 2:16, Paul states that a day is coming when God will judge the secrets of our hearts through Jesus Christ. The thought of standing before the judgment seat of Christ and having to offer an account of my life has always produced in me a sense of unease, anxiety, and fear of being destroyed because of my sinfulness. 1,515 more words
Disclaimer: This series is a serious consideration of nudity in the Bible, art and as it relates to spirituality. As such it does contain artistic images of nudity in the form of paintings, drawing, photographs and sculptures. 1,785 more words
Biblical Leadership: Theology for the Everyday Leader. Benjamin K. Forest and Chet Roden, eds. Grand Rapids: Kregel Academic, 2017.
Summary: An effort, book by book, to compile the a biblical theology of leadership, written by a team of scholars specializing in study of these texts. 824 more words