In light of Richard Hays fantastic new book, Reading Backwards, I’m sticking to the this weeks’s theme of “The NT … Continue reading Snodgrass on Reading Backwards
This week, I’m focusing a bit on the New Testament use of the Old Testament. I’ve been sort of inspired … Continue reading On Figural Interpretation
Why should we read the Old Testament? It seems pretty obvious to us today, but in 16th century Germany there … Continue reading Reading the Old Testament with Martin Luther
Many college ministers are about to enter into a brand new season. For those of us who are starting new … Continue reading What Does a Successful College Ministry Look Like?
I have really grown to like the Kregel Exegetical Library commentaries on the Old Testament. A while back ago I … Continue reading Book Review – A Commentary on the Psalms, Vol. 2 by Allen Ross
Christians throughout history have always read the Psalms as containing hints and clues about Jesus Christ. This however usually boils … Continue reading Tuning our Hearts to the Gospel Through the Psalms
So which books of the Bible do you have a really hard time reading? Continue reading The 10 Most Unpopular Books of the Bible