James M. Hamilton discusses his new book Typology – Understanding the Bible’s Promise-Shaped Patterns.
John proclaims the Word as God, through whom the world was made, in whom is life, and who is unquenchable light.
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?
The Scriptures open in Genesis with God as the sovereign King creating the world and everything in it.
If dreams are valid today, they must be coupled with gospel proclamation. Any replacement of the gospel with dreams undermines the very economy of salvation God has revealed in Scripture.
The answer requires nuance, a full look at Scripture, and especially attention to the changes between the old covenant and the new.
God was on the throne of the universe, controlling all things by His meticulous providence during the Holocaust, 9/11 and every other event in human history.
Allison’s new book with Andreas J. Kostenberger examines the Holy Spirit from the perspective of both biblical and systematic theology.
Just as Saul had recourse against the evil spirit through the anointed David, the believer has recourse against indwelling sin through God’s Word and prayer.
Can you be a Christian without believing the Bible? What about the reliability of the Bible—can we trust it? Timothy Paul Jones answers these and other popular and vital questions about the Word of God.
Faithful sermons exposit the text, and faithful exposition takes into account the text’s literary, historical, covenantal, and ultimately canonical context.
As a Christian, I love the Psalms. As an academic, I study them. But as a pastor, I need them.
A conversation with Timothy Paul Jones about his new book, “Why Should I Trust The Bible?”
The New Testament writers never imagined a passive faith that could be sundered from a life of discipleship.
Dr. York sits down with Nancy Guthrie (author, theologian, Bible teacher) to discuss grief, biblical theology, and women in the church.