May 1

A Word of Hope: Reflecting on Luther’s Lectures on Genesis by Zachary M. Bowden

I teach church history as part of my profession. In doing so, I’ve discovered it to be exactly what my teachers described—a wonderful means of keeping the faith. Of the figures from our past who have helped me, Martin Luther stands at the top of the list, as he continually points me away from myself […]

Aug 31

How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Step 10––Biblical Theology by Jason DeRouchie

Series: How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

Once you have established your text, made accurate observations, and discerned your passage’s contexts, it is time to determine your text’s meaning. To do this, it is critical to understand biblical theology, the discipline that considers how the whole Bible progresses, integrates, and climaxes in Jesus.

Jun 20

How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament: Step 9–Literary Context by Jason DeRouchie

Series: How to Understand and Apply the Old Testament

As you examine your passage in view of the whole book, there are at least three areas you want to keep in mind: literary placement, literary function, and literary details.

Nov 26

Living By the Book by H.B. Charles Jr.

The word of God is sufficient for every season of life. This glorious theme is established in the opening stanza of Psalm 119, which teaches three aspects of living by the book.

May 20

Perspicuity and the Pastor by Jesse Randolph

Scripture ought to shape, influence, and profit the pastor as he commits himself to prayer and the ministry of God’s perspicuous Word.

Oct 30

On Memorizing Scripture by H.B. Charles Jr.

Scripture memorization does not come easy for most of us. But don’t be too quick to blame it on a poor memory. Scripture memorization is spiritual warfare.

Oct 29

Scripture’s Clarity: A New Testament Defense by Brandon Freeman

God’s word is understandable. It is expected to be trusted in, defended, proclaimed, and nourishing to those to read it in faith.

Oct 22

Genesis 1 and the Storyline of Scripture by Todd Chipman

The opening chapter of the Old Testament establishes a framework for understanding all of Scripture.

Oct 8

Scripture’s Clarity: An Old Testament Defense by Brandon Freeman

Scripture is understandable, near, and obeyable.

Apr 9

Mercy Will Come by David McLemore

When your sin puts you in the depths of despair, and you have no way out on your own, there is a God above who rules and reigns and forgives and saves.