FTC.co asks Patrick Schreiner, associate professor of New Testament and biblical studies at Midwestern Seminary, “Why should Christians regularly intake the Gospels?”
Dealing with difficult passages can help illuminate the Bible and our relationship to it.
What does it mean to pray the Bible, and why is it important?
In this volume, Matthew Mullins raises this question and makes the case that understanding and enjoying literature can equip you to love the Bible.
How do we “do application” in a way that is faithful to the Scriptures and representative of the biblical portrait of obedience?
FTC.co asks Dr. Andreas Köstenberger, Director of the Center for Biblical Studies at Midwestern Seminary, "Why have you given so many years and pages to the Gospel of John?"
FTC.co asks Andrew King, assistant dean and assistant professor of biblical studies at Spurgeon College, “Why do New Testament Christians need the Old Testament?”
With step 5 of the interpretive process we move from “Text” to “Observation,” and we consider a series of issues related to how a passage is communicated. Our initial goal is to assess the makeup and relationship of words, phrases, clauses, and larger text units. In short, we need to study grammar. According to His […]
We asked Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at MBTS, “Why should churches consider preaching the book of Hebrews?”