Born of a Virgin? queries this new provocative work by Andrew Lincoln, professor of New Testament at the University of Gloucestershire, England. Throughout the book, Lincoln endeavors to build a case from Scripture, church tradition, and biology suggesting that the answer is a firm but resolute “no.” Appealing to the diversity of Scripture in the hope… Read More
The 2014 Biblical Studies Symposium chapel address at Liberty University featuring Darrell Bock, Andreas Köstenberger, and Josh Chatraw.
The 2014 Biblical Studies Symposium at Liberty University featuring Darrell Bock, Andreas Köstenberger, and Josh Chatraw.
It is now Tuesday morning, March 31, A.D. 33. As they approach the Holy City, the events from the day before could not have been far from their minds. As Jesus enters the Temple Mount, crowds gather to hear him teach (Luke 21:38), and the chief priests, scribes, and elders waste no time in making their… Read More
The sun rises just before 6:30 A.M. in Bethany, the small village on the southeastern slope of the Mount of Olives, just a mile and a half east of Jerusalem. It is Monday morning, March 30, A.D. 33. In less than one week, Jesus will be crucified. Published on Desiring God.