Yesterday I had the privilege of attending day two of the 2019 Payton Lectures at Fuller Seminary. The speaker was … Continue reading Constructing Landscapes of Interiority in Second Temple Judaism
Today, if you hear his voice, 8 do not harden your hearts, as at Meribah, as on the day at Massah … Continue reading Fear & Loathing In… God?
I held off on blogging about Ferguson, it was a matter too weighty to deal with merely a blog post. … Continue reading Enough is Enough – Thoughts on Justice, Compassion, and Eric Garner
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
Last time we saw that N.T. Wright challenges us to read the Psalms Pneumatologically. Wright also challenges us to read … Continue reading N.T. Wright on Reading the Psalms Through a Kingdom Lens
Last time we saw that N.T. Wright challenges us to read the Psalms Christologically. Wright builds upon this theme and … Continue reading N.T. Wright on Reading the Psalms Pneumatologically
N.T. Wright recently came out with a book titled, “The Case for the Psalms.” In it he argues that the … Continue reading N.T. Wright on Reading the Psalms Christologically