Old Testament

The Significance of Covenants in Biblical Theology

The Meaning of Circumcision in Israel: A Proposal for a Transfer of Rite from Egypt to Israel

Glory Veiled in the Tabernacle of Flesh: Exodus 33-34 in the Gospel of John

The Sabbath and Its Relation to Christ and the Church in the New Covenant

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…

“The Glory of God” – The Character of God’s Being and Way in the World: Some Reflections on a Key Biblical Theology Theme

The Ark Encounter rises above a storm of skepticism

Perched on the hills of northern Kentucky, in a town whose population is smaller than the enrollment of Southern Seminary, is a life-sized replica of Noah’s Ark, in the truest sense a monument of biblical proportions. Using a 20.4-inch cubit, the Ark Encounter measures 510 feet long, 85 feet wide, and 91.5 feet high —…

Towers | June-July 2016

Christ in the Old Testament

The whole Old Testament is realized in Christ. He is the second Adam, the true Israel, the prophet of the Lord, the Messiah, the Son of God and the Son of Man, and the Servant of the Lord.