Janet Parshall interviewed Dr. Kostenberger on his book, Marriage and the Family: Biblical Essentials on Moody Radio.
“The Promises of God in the Mission of God,” in The Mission of God Study Bible (ed. Ed Stetzer and Philip Nations; Nashville: B&H, 2012), 736. While God, being eternal and the fountainhead of all life, was never sent by anyone, His mission, in pursuit of His divine purposes, reaches back all the way to… Read More
“John’s Transposition Theology: Retelling the Story of Jesus in a Different Key,” in Earliest Christian History: History, Literature, and Theology. Essays from the Tyndale Fellowship in Honor of Martin Hengel (ed. Michael F. Bird and Jason Maston; WUNT 2/320; Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2012), 191–226. The aim of this essay is to address the knotty question of the… Read More
As evangelicals, we have too often, in Francis Schaeffer’s words, been “addicted to mediocrity,” and this trend has in many ways become a curse—a curse that has kept us from reaching our personal, creative, and academic potential given to us by God, and has prevented us from impacting other believers and unbelievers for the glory… Read More
The “Hermeneutical Triad” is an interpretive lens that seeks to understand any passage of Scripture, regardless of genre, in light of the historical setting, the literary context, and the theological message. Such a triadic approach is grounded in an authorial-intent hermeneutic that embraces the common-sense notion that successful communication depends first and foremost on discerning an… Read More