For the Truth.
For the Church.
For the World.
For the Glory of God.

A. B. Caneday

The Parable of the Generous Vineyard Owner (Matthew 20:1-16)

God’s Incarnate Son as the Embodiment of Last Day Resurrection: Eternal Life as Justification in John’s Gospel

Introduction Long ago Rudolf Bultmann argued that Jesus’ activity as “Revealer of God” is the eschatological event, “the judgment of the world.”1 Thus, Jesus’ advent and departure constitute the last day so that resurrection and judgment are “now present in the word of revelation” he brings.2 Thus, “the ‘coming’ eschatological hour, which men had hoped for at…

“Anyone Hung Upon A Pole Is Under God’s Curse:” Deuteronomy 21:22-23 in Old and New Covenant Contexts

Introduction That we might remember his sacrificial death upon the Roman cross in our place the Lord Jesus instituted a simple meal with symbolic bread and wine with instructions to “do this in remembrance of me” and to observe this until he comes (1 Cor 11:24-26). Despite the Lord’s directives concerning this meal, one that…

Covenant Lineage Allegorically Prefigured: “Which Things Are Written Allegorically” (Galatians 4:21-31)

“If You Continue in the Faith” (Colossians 1:21-23): An Exegetical- Theological Exercise in Syntax, Discourse, and Performative Speech

“Everything Is Vapor”: Grasping for Meaning Under the Sun

The Language of God and Adam’s Genesis & Historicity in Paul’s Gospel

“They Exchanged the Glory of God for the Likeness of an Image”: Idolatrous Adam and Israel as Representatives in Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Persevering in Christ and Tests of Eternal Life

Christ’s Baptism and Crucifixion: The Anointing and Enthronement of God’s Son

“Evangelical Inclusivism” and the Exclusivity of the Gospel: A Review of John Sanders’s “No Other Name”