When the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?

Psalm 11:3

The Gospel: What’s Our Message?

The Bible tells a beautiful, compelling story from creation and the fall to redemption and new creation. But as beautiful and compelling Scripture’s story is, a story doesn’t save you – Christ’s death on the cross does. The gospel is a message grounded in history. It’s not just a fable or a fantasy. It’s historically and factually true. Having studied the four-part story of the Bible; we therefore now move on to the gospel, the primary resource for our mission. What’s our... Read More

10 Reasons for Studying the History of Biblical Interpretation

To learn to present your own views within the context of previous scholarship. Not engaging and interacting with others may indicate arrogance or laziness. To avoid dead ends and to learn from the mistakes of others. Unless we learn from history, we’re doomed to repeat it. To be disabused of the illusion of our own originality. We may think a given proposal is original with us when in fact others may have set it forth already. To probe the way in which underlying presuppositions have... Read More

Cultural Christmas: What’s the Reason for the Season?

When you think of Christmas, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Perhaps you think of the manger scene with shepherds and wise men, presents, a Christmas tree, decorations, shopping, relatives, Santa Claus, Christmas cards, snow, caroling, or the January credit card bill. Despite what some Christians may want to believe, Christmas, as celebrated by many Americans, is a cultural, not a religious holiday. If Jesus were to be completely removed from the equation, Americans could continue... Read More

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