Prayer is humble because when we pray, we are saying that God is merciful and mighty, that He is wise and sovereign, and that He knows far better than us what is best for us.
Thomas R. Schreiner
James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology
Thomas R. Schreiner is the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he also serves as associate dean of the School of Theology.
Revelation reveals to us where the world is going, and it tells us what we should do to be part of the new world that is coming.
Shocking words. Words that may strike us as harsh on the surface. But what did he mean?
We must beware of oversimplifying Jesus’ message. Many think that Jesus came to bring peace and harmony—and this is obviously true—but he also came to bring division. If our family members do not side with Jesus, we must decide whether we will stand with Jesus or with our families.
The Scriptures open in Genesis with God as the sovereign King creating the world and everything in it.
Hyperbole and exaggeration can be effective rhetorical devices, grabbing our attention and constraining us to see what we didn’t see before, but they can also be used for ill and to mislead.
The New Testament writers never imagined a passive faith that could be sundered from a life of discipleship.
Thomas R. Schreiner discusses his latest book “Handbook on Acts and Paul’s Letters”
What this crucial text in Revelation has to say about hell and eternal punishment
The best gift for any missionary is to be like Jesus.
We must be willing to suffer, to give our all for Christ, to persevere until the end in order to obtain the final reward.
We need to be vigilant for the truth and to defend the faith. At the same time, we need to be careful about drawing lines too tightly.