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Review: Making All Things New

One of the the end goals of the Christian faith is that we are waiting for Christ to destroy “every rule and every authority and power” (1 Cor 15.24). 1,073 more words

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Review: Between the Cross and the Throne

How often do Christians read Revelation? Do you think when you read it? Are you intrigued? Do you feel fear? Anxiety? Confusion? Does it lead you to praise and worship our Lord and Savior, the Lion-Lamb King? 863 more words

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G.K. Beale's Guidelines for Finding Inter-textual Connections in Scripture

Inter-textuality is the hermeneutic of relating texts to other texts in Scripture. How does one do this well without vitiating both texts? G.K. Beale has some helpful guidelines. 222 more words

Why Descriptions of God Are Not License to Make Images of God

So, pictures of God…

Often enough I hear people say: ‘Yes, it is a picture of God, but it is based on what Scripture described in a certain passage’ (Like Exodus 19 or Revelation 1). 270 more words

5-part series: Conquering the 'violent God' of the Bible

Part 1 | Genocide is okay if it’s commanded by a holy God?

There is a gruesome story about a Catholic priest who witnessed the atrocities of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. 1,448 more words

Theology

"It is the the doers of the law who will be justified" (Rom 2:13): G.K. Beale on Justification according to Works

In A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New, G.K. Beale asks, “How can believers be said to be judged by works and yet be justified by faith?” (e.g., Rom 2:13; Js 2:14-26; cf. 359 more words

Biblical Studies