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Batzig on the Biblical Theological Significance of Clouds

Clouds are those created symbols of transcendence and imminence. They reflect both the transcendent glory of the Lord and His imminent approach to us.

‘And then they will see the Son of Man coming in clouds with great power and glory’ (Mk 13:26).

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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

Generational Curses Part 5: An Exegetical Response to Category 2 and 3 Texts

In our last post, we looked at the main supporting texts for the idea of Generational Curses from category 1: texts that are argued to teach that God… 2,697 more words


A passionate Christian voice for abolishing the death penalty

Ted Grimsrud—October 20, 2016

A review of: Shane Claiborne. Executing Grace: How the Death Penalty Killed Jesus and Why It’s Killing Us. San Francisco: HarperOne, 2016. 963 more words

Peace Theology

The Gospel of Jesus in Jonah

What does Jonah have to do with Jesus? Here is one thought…

“The good news of the gospel is that Jesus has provided a way of salvation.

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Review of Deuteronomy and the Meaning of Monotheism

The volume before us is one of several that I will be reviewing over the next few months on the book of Deuteronomy, which is the book where I am doing my PhD research. 778 more words

The Theology of the Cross in Job Says No to Natural Theology and the Theology of Glory

The book of Job provides such a visceral and existential reality toward unfolding human suffering in the context of a God-world relation. What is interesting (and this is an insight I picked up while in Ray Lubeck’s class in undergrad  465 more words

Biblical Theology