The Sermon on the Mount may be the most well-known and most misunderstood sermon in all of history.
Our Savior to calls us to love him supremely—even if it costs our lives. No matter what, it’s worth it.
Parables simultaneously reveal and conceal the truth about Christ.
For those who have led little ones astray—who have caused others to renounce the gospel—their punishment will be more intense in some way.
We are not in ministry to share our own spiritual insights or to coach others with practical tips for living. We are called to preach Christ and him crucified.
If we don’t understand the covenants, we will not and cannot understand the Bible because we won’t understand how the story fits together.
Jesus teaches us that if we have the smallest amount of faith, God works on our behalf.
We do not need Greek to read the Bible, but the original languages help us gain new insights and deeper clarity.
We have good reasons for confidence in Paul’s letters. Praise the Lord!
Introduction In this article I will examine the subject of the Sabbath or Sabbath day and its relation to Christ and the Church in the new covenant. There has been much debate about Sabbatarianism in the history of the Church. Is the Sabbath still relevant for today? Should the Sabbath be observed by Christians? Which…
Paul does not write abstract theological disquisitions. His word is always a “word on target,” intended to address the needs of his readers at times in which he himself cannot be present with them. All of Paul’s letters are likewise personal. Second Corinthians is intensely so. The question at stake here is the legitimation of…