On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz discuss the surprisingly tricky question of the pastor's personal study of the Bible.
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?"
The Author of the Bible intended to write this Book in order to be known and loved.
FTC.co asks Andrew King, Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Spurgeon College, "How can the prophet Amos shape our view of God and the world?"
One of the most well-known truths in Matthew is that he describes it as the “kingdom of heaven” rather than kingdom of God.
How do we “do application” in a way that is faithful to the Scriptures and representative of the biblical portrait of obedience?
Have you ever wondered at the fact that you wake up believing in Christ?
In these three ways, Irenaeus helps us understand how the Bible is one book about one Person written by one Author.
When teaching or reading Genesis 1, we should focus on the sovereignty of God in creation and how important mankind is to him and to the flourishing of the world.
Just as we appreciate the skill of a spectacular soloist, or an elite athlete, or simply a brilliant coworker, we can appreciate the work of an artist.