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Coming Soon! Biblical Theology II with Dr. Richard Barcellos

The time for our annual January modular course is fast approaching. It will be held January 4-8 in Owensboro, Kentucky. Dr. Richard Barcellos will be with us to teach Biblical Theology II. 269 more words


Book Review: Walter Kaiser, Tough Questions about God and His Actions in the Old Testament

Kaiser, Walter. Tough Questions about God and His Actions in the Old Testament. Grand Rapids, Mich. Kregel, 2015. 176 pp. Pb; $16.99.   Link to Kregel… 834 more words

Book Reviews

The Shape of Eucharist (David Chilton)

The Eucharist is at the center of our life, and all of life flows out of this central liturgy. The “shape” of the Eucharistic liturgy, therefore, gives shape to the rest of life, the daily liturgy we follow as we pursue our calling to exercise dominion over the earth. 216 more words



Jesus and the Pharisees argued over his disciples’ plucking of grain on the Sabbath (Matt. 12:1-8). Instead of minimizing the seriousness of what his disciples were doing, Jesus actually magnified it, comparing it to the example of David’s eating holy bread in 1 Samuel 21, but insisting that “something greater than the temple is here” (Matt. 288 more words

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Hebrew Introduction

This morning Cj covered the first four opening verses of the book of Hebrews. In these “last days” God has spoken to human beings through his Son, through the person and work of Jesus witnessed to in the Scriptures. 321 more words



In the books of the prophets, God’s judgment upon his people, and their exile from the land and the fruits of the land, are often connected with a cessation of bread and wine. 320 more words

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A Chronology of Jesus

(Posted by Paige)

In a bid to enhance biblical literacy in our congregation, I’ve dabbed many a brushstroke onto the walls of one room in our building to provide our Bible teachers with enormous maps and timelines to illustrate their lessons. 358 more words