“A survey of 2,000 American Evangelical Christians released Monday found generational differences among participants in positions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with older … Continue reading The New Christian Zionism
I no longer find myself sitting in the bright, sunny, and (awfully) hot Mediterranean climate of Pasadena, rather I find … Continue reading The Philosophy of the Hebrew Bible
Today I got word that I was accepted to be a participant at the Herzel Institute (Jerusalem) Young Scholar’s Workshop … Continue reading The Herzl Institute – Young Scholars Workshop
It’s a sort of tricky question. How does Barth understand Penal Substitution? I was once told that Barth definitely saw … Continue reading Does Karl Barth Hold to a Version of Penal Substitution?
This past week in my class on Romans and Galatians my students answered the following prompt: Who do you believe … Continue reading Who is Paul Talking About in Romans 7?
This week in my Hebrews class we were studying chapter 7, focusing on how the author of Hebrews uses the … Continue reading The Eclipse of the Old Testament
For most people reading history books is something you have to do, not something you want to do. I am … Continue reading Book Review – Warfare in the Old Testament by Boyd Seevers
Today we wrap up our series on the Atonement as well as our mini-series on a Wrightian account of Penal … Continue reading Atonement (Part 5): A Wright Account of the Atonement
Today we continue our journey into a Wrightian (just made that word up) account of the atonement. Once again this … Continue reading Atonement (Part 4): A Wright Account of the Atonement